TEAMtalk's rates the performances of Chelsea and Manchester City's players in Sunday's Community Shield showdown at Villa Park.
Petr Cech: Dealt with everything City threw at him before break but no chance with second-half goals. 6.
Branislav Ivanovic: Faces three-game ban for sending off after rash challenge on Aleksandar Kolarov just before half-time. 5.
David Luiz: Looked uncertain, booked after chopping down Samir Nasri and did not get in a challenge on Carlos Tevez before the Argentinian's stunning second goal. 5.
John Terry: Booed throughout by City fans and his half-clearance was seized on by Yaya Toure for the equaliser. 5.
Ashley Cole: Did not venture forward as much as normal but strong defensive display. 7.
John Obi Mikel: Not as authoritative as normal in centre of the park. 5.
Frank Lampard: Game appeared to bypass him for long periods during City's second-half onslaught. 6.
Ramires: Fine piece of skill to set up Torres opener but lucky to escape second yellow card in injury time for challenge on David Silva. 7.
Juan Mata: Did not get involved enough and no surprise to see him substituted - 5.
Eden Hazard: Promising performance from £32million signing although an early dive did not go down well with City fans. 6.
Fernando Torres: Showed typically cool finish to break the deadlock and grew in confidence. 7.
Ryan Bertrand (for Hazard 71 minutes): Enough time to capitalise on Costel Pantilimon error for Chelsea's second goal. 6.
Daniel Sturridge (for Mata 74 minutes): First action since Olympic penalty agony and his shot spilled by Pantilimon led to Bertrand's goal. 6.
Costel Pantilimon: Replaced Joe Hart when the England man was ruled out with injury and at fault for Chelsea's second goal. 6.
Pablo Zabaleta: Usual reliable performance at right back. 6.
Vincent Kompany: Rock-solid performer in engine room of defence. 7.
Stefan Savic: Being yellow carded early on put him under pressure and taken off at half-time. 5.
Aleksandar Kolarov: His run into the danger area led to Ivanovic's red card. 6.
Yaya Toure: Deadly finish brought City back into the game early in second period and voted official man of the match. 8
Nigel De Jong: Typically aggressive performance in centre of park. 6.
James Milner: Worked in typically tireless fashion up and down the right flank. 6.
Carlos Tevez: The Argentinian showed his quality with a stunning strike for City's second goal. 7.
Samir Nasri: Took up many threatening positions and deserved his goal with a close-range volley. 7.
Sergio Aguero: Looked sharp and purposeful against a rocky defence. 7.
Gael Clichy (for Savic 45): Had little to do such was City's second half dominance. 6.
David Silva (for Nasri 76): Biggest cheer of the day for his introduction with the game safely in City clutches. 6.
Edin Dzeko (for Tevez 88): Too hesitant to cash in on a late chance to get on the scoresheet. 5.