Chelsea 2 Galatasaray 0 - player ratings: Was Eden Hazard or Oscar better in easy Champions League victory?
Chelsea's player ratings from Stamford Bridge
Wednesday 19 March 2014
Chelsea sailed through to the Champions League quarter-finals with a confident display against Galatasaray but who were the stand out performers on the night?
Samuel Eto'o opened the scoring with a smart low finish and Gary Cahill added a second just before halftime.
Cahill and John Terry were solid at the back all night long for the Blues and gave Didier Drogba and his Galatararay teammates nothing.
Frank Lampard rolled back the years with a dominant performance in midfield and the trio of attackers, Willian, Eden Hazard and Oscar, in front of him all contributed well.
But who was the best of the bunch?
Check out our ratings below...
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