Christian Pulisic (Right wing): 8/10
Christian Pulisic is finally getting more chances to play and he is really showing Tuchel his ability to create something out of nothing. We all know Pulisic has the quality to take on any defender and find a way through similar to another No. 10 that wore the Chelsea shirt recently. Defenders chose to foul Pulisic and stop any momentum he had. Pulisic must have been fouled on more than five occasions and no cards were shown, which is a shame because once again, the referees are failing to protect the attacking players and letting lazy defending be rewarded. But this didn’t deter Pulisic and he kept on trying. The American earned two great chances to score, which he sadly failed to put away, more of this from Pulisic going forward and it will be hard to deny him a regular spot in the team.
Olivier Giroud (Striker): 6/10
Giroud got some starting minutes, which have been less frequent as of late, and failed to really do anything of note. You can put this down to the poor delivery and lack of chances that came his way. It was really hard for Giroud to do anything becaue he needs the ball at his feet or head to score, and his teammates failed to give him those chances. I am sure Giroud will have a role to play as the latter stages of the season draw closer.
Mason Mount (Left winger): 7/10
Mason Mount—or should I say, Captain Mount—returned to the team after his suspension midweek in the Champions League and was tasked to lead his side into the semifinals of FA Cup. It wasn’t his best performance in a Chelsea shirt, but you could say that for most of the players as Sheffield United really frustrated the Blues today. Once again though, this team really lacks that killer instinct to put games to bed.
Kai Havertz (Striker): N/A
Kai Havertz was brought on with 18 minutes to go didn’t have many chances. I hope to see him after the international break with the desire and hunger to score more goals and assist some, as well.
Hakim Ziyech (Right winger): 8/10
Ziyech has really turned a corner and is finally showing the quality we all know he possess. He was brought on with 18 minutes to go and started a good counter attack, and got himself in the right area for the cross from Chilwell, to score the goal and send Chelsea through to the semis. An eight out of 10 substitute performance.
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