Chelsea Player Ratings vs Paris Saint-Germain: another miserable night for Terry

How did Chelsea's players fare in their 2-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain tonight? Here are the ratings for Jose Mourinho's side...

Petr Cech 6 - Wasn't particularly at fault for the first two goals but will feel incredibly disappointed to have conceded the late goal at his near post to Javier Pastore.

Branislav Ivanovic 7 - Ivanovic coped well with the threat of the overlapping Maxwell down the left, though had some trouble with the movement of Ezequiel Lavezzi.

Gary Cahill 7 - Stifled the threat of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the centre of the PSG attack, and also dealt well with Edinson Cavani when he came centrally.

John Terry 5 - Just days after scoring a devastating own goal at Crystal Palace, it wasn't an improvement for the Blues skipper, whose terrible header allowed Ezequiel Lazevvi to give PSG the lead.

Cesar Azpilicueta 6 - Wasn't quite as impressive as he has been recently, but Azpilicueta was fairly solid against Cavani down the right hand side before being beaten by Pastore for the third goal.

Ramires 6 - Was lucky to stay on the pitch after an early yellow was followed by a foul, and whilst he had a couple of good drives forward, the Brazilian wasn't effective enough in possession.

David Luiz 6 - Struggled to cope with PSG's pace and movement early on but grew into the game in all areas of the field.

Willian 7 - the Brazilian was fairly prominent in Chelsea's attacks and wasn't afraid to take on the PSG defence, but couldn't unlock the door.

Oscar 6 - Won the penalty to give Chelsea a key away goal, but Oscar wasn't influential enough in the Blues' attack.

Eden Hazard 8 - Once again felt like Chelsea's biggest danger man. He calmly converted the penalty as well as hit the post as he posed Christophe Jallet no end of problems.

Andre Schurrle 5 - It didn't work against Manchester United at the start of the season, and it didn't work tonight - Schurrle can't play up front on his own.


Fernando Torres 6 - was introduced for Schurrle and posed more of a threat, but not enough to get Chelsea back into the game.

Frank Lampard 6 - beaten too easily for the final goal and didn't offer much going forward either.

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