Chelsea vs Everton player ratings: Jordan Pickford keeps Blues at bay as hosts lose ground in title race

Man-for-man marking from the 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge

Michael Jones
Sunday 11 November 2018 17:24
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Chelsea failed to score in a match at Stamford Bridge for the first time this season as Everton held on for a 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Sunday.

Marcos Alonso struck the post and a slew of saves from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford also frustrated Chelsea, which came into the game with the second-most goals in the league under attack-minded coach Mauricio Sarri.

Chelsea dropped to third place and two points behind Liverpool after 12 games, but remained unbeaten.

Colombia centre back Yerry Mina made his debut for Everton and was part of a strong defensive effort by the visitors, who look a tougher proposition now that their new coach, Marco Silva, has had three months working on the team's shape and style.

Everton's only loss in in its last seven games has come at Manchester United.

So how did the player perform? Click on the gallery above to find out.

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