Tottenham Hotspur finished second best during the League Cup final on Sunday afternoon.
A victim of his own high standards this season, 21-year-old Harry Kane didn't have his best day in a Tottenham shirt at Wembley Stadium.
But Kane wasn't able (to use a very overused pun) against Jose Mourinho's men - and the Chelsea defence didn't give him a sniff.
A real culprit for Tottenham on cup-final day, the Belgian winger offered little going forward but, crucially, gave a silly free-kick away that led to Chelsea's opening goal.
One of the north London side's top scorers this season, Nacer Chadli has oft impressed. Not at Wembley, though, as the 25-year-old delivered one of Spurs' most disappointing performances on their big day.
Included on a list of underperformers for the umpteenth time this season, Andros Townsend has rarely offered Tottenham anything in the way of end product this term.
Mauricio Pochettino shouldn't be blamed for using the wide man - the underwhelming Erik Lamela was his only other real option down the right - but it's about time Townsend took some responsibly and produced for Spurs. He certainly didn't against Chelsea.