Brazil player ratings v Argentina: Oscar shines, Willian impresses

We rate the three Chelsea (and one ex-Chelsea) players that helped Brazil beat Argentina 2-0 in China.

Filipe Luis - 6.5/10

The left-back held up well as Argentina failed to threaten for the majority of the Superclasico. So comfortable were the Brazilian defence that Argentina didn't actually create any chances of note in the second half.

The Blues defender also got forward well and almost scored at one stage, only to fire his effort over the bar from within the penalty area.

David Luiz 6.5/10

This was an easy day for the former Chelsea defender, who didn't have to do much to impress. Luiz will no doubt become more disciplined under Dunga than previous coach Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Oscar - 8/10

Very creative and covered every blade of grass for Brazil. The 23-year-old has returned to form recently and today was no exception.

Good on the ball and from set-pieces, Oscar set up Brazil's second and looked far more interested in the game than any of his Argentine counterparts.

Willian - 7/10

Just as hard working as his Chelsea team-mate, Willian was everywhere in Beijing (not literally, of course).

The Brazilian was slightly more rough around the edges than Oscar but performed well in terms of passing, tackling and pressing off the ball.

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