Chelsea booked themselves a FA Cup quarter-final berth with a 1-0 win at Wolves, but who impressed for Antonio Conte’s men?
Asmir Begovic – 7
The Bosnian came under pressure and dealt with it well, even if he wasn’t forced into many actual saves.
Kurt Zouma – 7
Shaky start from the Frenchman but grew into the game as it progressed.
John Terry – 9
Provided crucial experience and leadership at the heart of an inexperienced back three.
Nathan Ake – 7
Very impressive and showed why Chelsea see a future for him at Stamford Bridge.
Victor Moses – 7
A great, energetic outlet for Chelsea down the right wing.
Pedro – 7
Pressed into an unfamiliar defensive role as left wing-back, but helped himself to the all-important first goal.
Nathan Chalobah – 7
Didn’t let anyone down, but didn’t star either.
Cesc Fabregas – 7
Neat and tidy on the ball, as you’d expect, though not the creative force we know he can be.
Willian – 8
Willing runner all evening and top class assist for Pedro’s goal.
Diego Costa – 7
Seemed to get rattled early on and got a bit sulky before typically popping up with a poachers effort late on.
Eden Hazard – 7
Nowhere near his best, though I suppose he gets a day off now and again.
Cesar Azpilicueta (Substitute) – 6
Tightened things up when Chelsea had a lead to defend.
N’Golo Kante (Substitute) – 6
Similar intent as the Azpilicueta substitution and similar result.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Substitute) – 5
Little time to impress.