Chelsea reached the FA Cup quarter-finals following a 2-0 victory over Liverpool on Tuesday night.
Goals from Willian and Ross Barkley ensured Frank Lampard's side progressed to the next round.
Sportsmail's SAMI MOKBEL was at Stamford Bridge to rate the performances of both sets of players.
Chelsea reached the FA Cup quarter-finals following a 2-0 victory over Liverpool on Tuesday
Kepa Arrizabalaga - 7.5
Recalled to the starting XI and made a number of crucial stops. Surely done enough to keep his place.
Chelsea 'keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga returned to starting XI and made a number of crucial stops
Cesar Azpilicueta - 6.5
The Chelsea skipper was involved in a good tussle with Origi. The defender won the battle.
Antonio Rudiger - 7
Eased his way back into the groove after starting Saturday’s draw at Bournemouth on the bench. Dominant.
Kurt Zouma - 6.5
Lacked composure at times but a study performance on the whole from the French central defender.
Marcos Alonso - 7
Had his hands full trying to keep tabs on Mane, but kept to his task diligently.
Billy Gilmour - 8
The youngster produced a performance way beyond his 18 years. Full of composure and vision. A big future ahead of him.
Billy Gilmour produced a performance way beyond his 18 years - full of composure and vision
Matteo Kovacic - 7
Worked tirelessly for his team until limping off. Not hard to see why his manager adores him.
Willian - 7
Looked almost embarrassed to celebrate his goal but it was reward for an industrious display before limping off.
Willian looked almost embarrassed to celebrate goal but it was reward for industrious display
Ross Barkley - 7.5
Forced Fabinho’s mistake for Chelsea’s opener and scored a brilliant solo effort. A pleasing night’s work.
Pedro - 6.5
A threat down the left and didn’t shirk his defensive duties down the other end. 6.5
Olivier Giroud - 6.5
Kept his place in Tammy Abraham’s absence. Unspectacular but played an important role for his team.