Luton Town vs Chelsea player ratings: Chelsea have faced Luton Town in the fifth round of the ongoing FA Cup.
Chelsea beat Luton Town 3-2. Luton Town put in a spirited display against Chelsea and took the lead twice in the first half thanks to goals from Burke and Cornick. Saul Niguez got his first Chelsea goal as Timo Werner equalized for Chelsea. In the end, Belgium international Romelu Lukaku found a winner for Chelsea in the 78th minuteorder minute.
Let’s have a look at the players rating of Luton Town vs Chelsea:-
Kepa Arrizabalaga (October 6) – Kepa Arrizabalaga will feel he can do better with the first goal. However, the second goal to concede is completely understandable.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (October 6) – Callum Hudson-Odoi today finds himself in unfamiliar territory at right-back. Although his attack is good, his defense is poor.
Antonio Rudiger (October 6) – The Germany international was not at his best and was unable to assert his defensive dominance. He has a crack in the goal from long range.
Malang Sarr (October 6) – A not-so-impressive performance of the French defender tonight. He left huge space for Luton Town to exploit when they scored the second goal.
Kennedy (October 6) – The youngster covered most of the pitch on the flanks. He even had a shot in the first half that was dulled by Isted.
Saul (7.5 / 10) – A superb performance by the Spain international, who was active for Chelsea in the first half. Saul scored his first goal in a Chelsea shirt tonight.
Jorginho (October 6) – Jorginho lovingly dribbled the ball to Saul Niguez on a counter-attack, Isted saved his shot and Kennedy’s track was also tilted to the back.
Cheek Ruben Loftus (October 7) – The England player had a big influence on the match. He provided the assist for Timo Werner to equalize.
Timo Werner (7.5 / 10) – The Germany international provided a lucky assist for Saul Niguez after a bad first touch. He also suffered a concussion but was fine afterwards. However, he later returned to score a vital touch to take Chelsea up the level
Mason Mount (6.5 / 10) – A good performance by Mason Mount after the match against Liverpool FC. He did not contribute a single goal but was active in attack.
Romelu Lukaku (7.5 / 10) – Romelu Lukaku had two great chances to score in the first half. Although he shot on target, the Luton Town keeper caught up. However, he made no mistake in the second half as he put Chelsea ahead.
Christian Pulisic (October 6) – Thomas Tuchel made a tactical change by bringing in Christian Pulisic in place of Kennedy.
Harvey Vale (October 6) – The youngster had some key minutes when he replaced Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Reece James- NA
The town of Luton
Jed Steer (N/A): The English goalkeeper had to leave the field at the beginning of the match after suffering an injury.
Gabriel Osho: The English midfielder provided full support in the midfield and was available for his teammates whenever needed in the back line. Osho moves the ball quickly forward for some quick counter-attacks.
Reece Burke: The England defender showed his presence not only in defence but also in the final third where he scored the opening goal for the game. Burke made several important tackles and interceptions in the back line to deny Chelsea several times.
Tom Locker: The Welsh centre-back excelled in backline as he made some superb interceptions and tackles to deny Chelsea’s strikers inside the box.
Luke Berry: The England midfielder controlled the game brilliantly from midfield and provided some great passes, while also assisting in the first goal with a perfect pass inside the box.
Carlos Mendes Gomes: The Spaniard held the ball well at his feet and showed his class with a beautiful dribble to score a second for his team-mate in an opening situation.
Amari’I Bell: Jamaica International produced some good interceptions and interceptions to stop Chelsea’s dangerous situations on the left side of the field, but nevertheless had to try to move the ball forward a couple of times. in the match.
Daniel Potts (October 6) – Potts worked on the right side of the defence and mispredicted some of the ball in defence tonight.
Peter Kioso (6.5/10): The Irish full-back put on a fine game, dribbling steadily up front but failing to support the vital defense on the right side of the field.
Admiral Muskwe (October 6) – The striker plays as one of two frontline forwards for Luton Town. However, he was not able to influence the game much.
Harry Cornick: The England striker lurched on the pitch as he continued to maintain pressure up front. Cornick headed coldly and scored the second goal of the game with a low shot in the bottom right corner.
Harry Isted (October 7): This professional English goalkeeper is special and has made his name on the field from the start due to injury. Isted made some excellent saves but wasn’t lucky enough to keep a clean sheet in the game.
Cameron Jerome- NA
Robert Snodgrass -NA
Danny Hilton – NA
Allan Campbell- NA
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