Chelsea had to come from behind to beat League Two side AFC Wimbledon and advance to the third round of the Carabao Cup. Mauricio Pochettino made numerous changes to the side that beat Luton Town last Friday, but the Blues looked disjointed from the off and the Dons sought to pounce on that vulnerability. Nevertheless, Chelsea managed to rally and take advantage of some sloppy defending to book their place in the draw for round three.
Here are the three Chelsea players who didn't perform well despite their win over Wimbledon
The defender turned attacker wasn’t dangerous enough as a no10 which is no doubt why Chelsea have just agreed a £45million deal for Manchester City’s Cole Palmer.
Arguably had no positive actions, struggled early on and appeared to lose his head. Taken off at half-time.
At times made things look very easy against the League Two opposition but couldn't quite find the right pocket of space to make a big difference. One of the Blues more threatening players nevertheless.