Chelsea v Aston Villa: Player ratings aggregator
We take in the player ratings from across the national newspapers so you can see how your team really got on last night.
Thursday 22 August 2013
Jose Mourinho continued his winning start to his second spell at Chelsea with the 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge.
An Antonio Luna own goal put Chelsea ahead, before Christian Benteke equalised just before the break. Branislav Ivanovic scored the winner with a 73-minute header.
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How the player ratings aggregator works...
We collate the player rating scores from across the national newspapers (where available) to produce an average for every Premier League starting player who featured last night.
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