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Cesar Azpilicueta was brought on after an hour as a direct replacement for the dismissed Branislav Ivanovic. He got himself into some good positions and made himself useful, completing 83 percent of his passes in the 30 minutes or so he was on the pitch. I would rate him 7/10 for a brief but lively performance.
Ryan Bertrand was brought on in a similar fashion to Azpilicueta, as cover on the left to help Chelsea defend the draw after Torres' dismissal. He didn't have much of an impact on the game, but by then Chelsea were down to nine men and playing for damage control, so I didn't expect too much. If I was forced to give him a grade, I think that 7/10 would be fair enough.
Daniel Sturridge's introduction to the game was delayed, following Torres' second yellow card. The striker was stripped and ready to come on in a like-for-like swap with the Spaniard until events undid that plan.
It seemed strange to me that he was then brought on to replace Hazard who, in my mind, after the substitutions of Oscar and Mata, was the only player left who could provide Sturridge with the sort of service he requires. Still, he had a couple of half-chances and was eager enough to chase the ball down, so 7/10 for his 10-minute cameo.