Indonesia All-Stars 1 Chelsea 8 - player ratings

Man-for-man marking from the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta

Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta

Romelu Lukaku and Ramires scored twice while Eden Hazard, Demba Ba, John Terry and Bertrand Traore were also on the scoresheet. Here, we take a look at how those involved for Chelsea performed against the Indonesia All-Stars...

Jamal Blackman: his second start of the tour but precious little to do in the first half against the All-Stars who offered little in attack. 6/10

 

Wallace Oliveira Dos Santos: an engaging performance again. Likes to get forward and struck the post with a shot. 7/10

 

Gary Cahill: solid as ever, got a head on the cross which Terry finished for the fourth goal. Not really tested. Played the full 90 minutes 6/10

 

John Terry: won a penalty and scored the fourth goal. He has started all three tour games under Mourinho in the absence of David Luiz. 7/10

 

Ryan Bertrand: had scope to get forward and got over a couple of telling crosses, including the free-kick for the Terry goal. 7/10

 

Nathaniel Chalobah: was deployed in holding midfield in a 4-1-2-3 formation and did the job easily. Will be an asset to someone on loan this season. 7/10

 

Ramires: the usual hard-running despite the heat and two well-taken goals in either half. One of three who played an hour Clearly going to be a key figure under Mourinho. 8/10

 

Marco Van Ginkel: His second start of the tour and another tidy performance. Played an hour. The challenge will be getting a game when Lampard and Mikel are back. 7/10

 

Victor Moses: played on the right side of the attacking three and while he is perfectly able, he has not stood out on this tour. 5/10

 

Demba Ba: a goal for the striker who was far too strong for the home team's defence. He responds well to having two attacking wingers alongside him. 6/10

 

Eden Hazard: Scored the first goal from the penalty spot and made one brilliant run that ended with Wallace hitting the post. But too casual going round the goalkeeper for another chance. Chelsea's best attacker. 7/10

 

SUBSTITUTES:

Mark Schwarzer: Got another half and made a good save to tip a free kick from Greg Nwokolo over the bar. No chance with the own goal. 6/10

 

Branislav Ivanovic: came on at right-back, which is where Mourinho regards as his best position. Hardly tested by the All-Stars. 6/10

 

Tomas Kalas: partnered Cahill, playing on the left side of the centre of defence. His foul on Nwokolo was a tactical decision to stop the attack. Mourinho will have appreciated it. Unfortunate own goal. 5/10

 

Ashley Cole: came on at half-time and demonstrated the usual ferocity in his tackling. No let up in his game. 6/10

 

Michael Essien: came on to play the holding role in front of the defence and give Chalobah a rest. Clear what his role will be this season. 6/10

 

Bertrand Traore: another goal for the kid without a contract. This time it was a beauty, curled in from the right channel with his left foot. A real prospect for a 17-year-old. 7/10

Romelu Lukaku: looked very dominant when he came on at half-time. Has scored in every tour game, adding two last night. 7/10

 

Josh McEachran: Just half an hour for McEachran, who worked hard to impress Mourinho in midfield. Will now go on loan. 6/10

 

Lucas Piazon: Another one who will go out on loan in the next couple of weeks. Has played all across the front three and was pushed wide right last night. 6/10

 

Islam Feruz: Will play in the Under-21s this season. A bright performance on the left side for the last half an hour. 6/10

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