CHE 1:1 WIM: The Worst And Best Players For Chelsea In The First Half

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Chelsea didn’t have a convincing performance in the first half of the game but they managed to hold Wimbledon to an unentertaining 1-1 draw at halftime courtesy of goals from Noni Madueke and James Tilley.

Well, let’s take a look at the worst and best players for Chelsea in the first half of the game against Wimbledon.

Robert Sanchez.

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Robert Sanchez continues to struggle to make an impactful showing in Chelsea’s colors this season. The Spanish International was undoubtedly one of the Blues’ worst players on the pitch during the first 45 minutes of the game. He encountered significant difficulties against Wimbledon, even conceding a careless penalty that handed the opponents a clear chance to seize the lead.

Mason Burstow.

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Mason Burstow was a victim of Chelsea’s all-round poor performance in the first half of the game against Wimbledon. The striker scarcely received any meaningful chances to showcase his goalscoring prowess, as he grappled to make a notable contribution to the team’s overall display from his striking position.

Best Player.

Noni Madueke:

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Noni Madueke emerged as the driving force behind Chelsea’s dull attacking efforts in the first half against Wimbledon. Despite his attempts on goal not always posing significant threats, the 21-year-old English International diligently mount pressure on the opposition’s defensive line. It was through Noni Madueke’s endeavors that Chelsea managed to secure the crucial equalizing goal.

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