Billy Gilmour (Defensive Midfielder): 6/10
It was another one of those performances. Billy Gilmour was very tidy in possession, had a couple of interventions and distributed the ball very nicely. He did his job, but it wasn’t sexy at all. The ball mostly stayed is Morecambe’s half, so you can’t blame Gilmour for not doing more than what he did. His distribution is very impressive, though. It would be nice to see him get more minutes as Chelsea looks to make a deep run in the FA Cup.
Kai Havertz (Attacking Midfielder): 8/10
It was an overall good performance from the German and wow does it feel good to say that. Kai Havertz got a goal and an assist, both from headers. He wasn’t involved as much as anyone would’ve liked to see, but he had a good game nonetheless. The young midfielder made many runs into the penalty area and he stayed in the attacking third for almost the entirety of the game. Hopefully, this gets him some confidence and he finally starts performing like the player we all know he can be—only time will tell.
Mason Mount (Attacking Midfielder): 8.5/10
One of the best Mason Mount performances that I have seen in the last few weeks. Mount was really good against Morecambe. He was the creator of every other chance it seemed. Mount was very active on both ends of the pitch, he scored a really good goal to open the account for the Blues on the day. All in all, a really enjoyable performance from the Englishman. Extra points for that beautiful goal.
Tino Anjorin (Midfielder): N/A.
Nothing noteworthy from Tino Anjorin, although we all would’ve preferred he got more time on the pitch.