We rate Stoke's players' performance during their 2-0 loss to Chelsea last night.
Asmir Begovic - 6
Little he could do with either Chelsea goal. The Stoke City goalkeeper put in a decent display and one save from Diego Costa late on was impressive.
Phil Bardsley - 5
Struggled to get to grips with the Chelsea attack throughout the game. Bardsley was lucky not to be sent off when he hacked down Eden Hazard early on.
Ryan Shawcross - 5
Not the centre-back's best display. The pace of Costa was an obvious threat and Shawcross had difficulty dealing with the front-man.
Marc Muniesa - 5
Like Shawcross, he had his work cut out because of the quality of Chelsea's attacking players. Moved into a more central position, he was unable to stop his side conceding twice.
Erik Pieters - 6
Solid if unspectacular from the Dutchman. He didn't do too much wrong, but wasn't able to get forward with his usual regularity.
Steven N'Zonzi - 7
A powerful showing from the central-midfielder, who was Stoke's brightest player. Good going forward and protected his defence well.
Geoff Cameron - 5
Lost John Terry for Chelsea's first-goal and the match generally passed him by after that.
Jonathan Walters - 5
The hard-working winger was marshalled out of the game by an excellent Chelsea defence.
Bojan - 6
The Spaniard was persistent, but he was unable to have too much of an impact of the match. Jose Mourinho's side were clearly under instructions to keep a close eye on him and that shows how much his reputation is developing at the Britannia Stadium.
Marko Arnautovic - 5
Brought back into the side, but Arnautovic didn't have the effect that Mark Hughes would have been hoping for. Nothing really came off from the winger.
Peter Crouch - 5
Was never likely to be a game that Crouch had too much success in, given how powerful Chelsea's defence are. The England international struggled to win the aerial battle.