Man Utd v Chelsea player ratings

Chelsea were thrashed 4-1 by Manchester United in their penultimate match of a dismal season – their eighth defeat in their 10 matches since Frank Lampard returned as interim boss. Here’s how we rated each Blues player.

Kepa Arrizabalaga: 6

Left horribly exposed by an appalling defence. Produced a fine second-half to deny Christian Eriksen and was unlucky for the fourth United goal, scored by Marcus Rashford, who netted at the second attempt after his first effort was saved.

Cesar Azpilicueta: 5

Produced a superb challenge early on to deny Anthony Martial but was generally poor – and played Martial onside for the second United goal after switching off.

Wesley Fofana: 4

An appalling display from Fofana, who let Casemiro get away from him for the opener and gave away a penalty after being tricked by Bruno Fernandes, who stuck away the resulting spot-kick for the third. Then for the fourth goal, Fofana gave the ball away and was beaten with embarrassing ease by Rashford.

Trevoh Chalobah: 5

Not as bad as Fofana, but never looked comfortable at the back.

Lewis Hall: 7

Again, the teenage left-back was a positive for Chelsea when more experienced players around him were awful. The youngster was a very good outlet on the flank, serving up quality deliveries – including setting up a great chance for Mykhailo Mudryk, who made a mess of it – and he also mainly defended well, although he did switch off in the build-up to the second United goal.

Enzo Fernandez: 5

Decent in spells in the first half, when he set up a chance for Conor Gallagher, but was overrun in the second half as Chelsea’s performance deteriorated.

Conor Gallagher: 5

Struggled badly. Gave the ball away and also wasted a great chance to equalise in the first half when he dragged a shot wide.

Carney Chukwuemeka: 7

Another Chelsea youngster who showed promise in difficult circumstances. Was given a starting place and showed he deserved it. Worked hard, was calm on the ball and looks like he could be worth a run in the side next season.

Noni Madueke: 6

Also showed some promise. Drifted in and out of the game but looks exciting.

Mykhailo Mudryk: 5

Oh dear. Showed glimpses of real quality on the ball, got into some really good positions, and his pace could prove to be a great asset. But again his overall performance was poor. And he missed a sitter just before the opening goal, woefully failing to hit the target after being set up by Hall.

Kai Havertz: 6

Seemed unhappy to be taken off midway through the second half. He could have few complaints though, having not offered much up front, although to be fair to him the service was dire.

Joao Felix: 7

Scored a great goal, albeit only a consolation, after coming on.

Christian Pulisic: 6

Offered very little after his second-half introduction. Hakim Ziyech and David Fofana, who later came on, had no real time to make an impact.