Like his Tottenham counterpart, did not produce one of his better performances. There was not much the Czech stopper could have done about either Tottenham goal, however, such was their quality.
Gave Adebayor too much space for his first-half equaliser but was otherwise effective at the back. Was also dangerous going forward but did not make too many noteworthy contributions.
Attempted ambitious through balls throughout and ensured the home side were always a threat from set-pieces. Also did well on the defensive side to continue his fine form overall.
Pushed forward for all of Chelsea's set-pieces in what was a resolute performance from the Serb. Also protected the Chelsea goal with his life when he could but was booked late on for a rough challenge on Bale.
Signalled his attacking intentions with an early cross and covered the left flank like he owned it from thereon in. Also won crucial headers and showed the full extent of his experience at the back.
Leapt wonderfully to head the ball into Oscar’s path for the opening goal and made a crucial block when Bale struck at goal on 35 minutes.
Covered every blade of grass, demonstrating his amazing energy levels yet again this season. Scored his ninth of the campaign minutes before half-time with a superb controlled finish. Took an unfortunate tumble in the second half but recovered well.
Threatened from the off, almost finding the top corner with a sublime turn and volley early on before firing just over on 16 minutes. Very nearly created a goal on the hour mark and was at his talismanic best for the most part.
Showed the full extent of his delightful ability to surge past opposition players and was not afraid to unleash shots from range. Lacked strength during 50-50 challenges at times but was a defender's nightmare throughout. Also played a superb backheeled pass to Mata before being taken off after 72 minutes to huge applause.
Edged Chelsea ahead with his fourth league goal of the season after converting Cahill's header at the far post. Proved a nuisance for the Spurs defence throughout and did not seem content with just the one goal. Came off on 84 minutes.
Lacked composure in the final third, with his failure to net meaning he still has not scored in the league since December. Was sharp with his passing, though, providing the assist for Ramires’ first-half strike.
Guilty of wayward kicking in the second half and was unable to stop Oscar and Ramires from scoring in the first half. Was not helped by his defenders but could have been better in what was a crucial game.
Did little for his side, although the occasional surge down the left-hand side provided his side with free kicks in dangerous positions.
Won several important headers but missed a vital one in the build-up to Oscar’s opener. Was also well beaten for pace during Ramires’ second. Not the centre-back’s best ever night.
Like Dawson, the Belgian struggled to establish himself and could not live with the creativity of Mata, Hazard, Ramires and Co. Also missed a good chance from a Huddlestone free kick on 64 minutes before picking up a needless booking late on.
Was a constant threat, even with a minimal amount of space to work in. Fired just wide on the quarter of an hour mark and continued to persist before the break.
Showed his monstrous pace and ability to play a slick pass but could not influence the game to any great extent. Was taken off on the hour mark as he continues to regain full match fitness.
Made the fatal error of losing his man during Chelsea’s opener and struggled to live with the pace of the game thereafter.
Failed to make a big-game impact, roaming freely from the left of a 4-3-3. Did show good strength on the ball but that occasionally spilled over into conceding free kicks, with the Welshman being booked for his efforts late on.
Miscued an early shot and did not look comfortable against the more versatile Chelsea midfielders from thereon in. Also fired a free kick miserably into the wall in the second half, while his deliveries were off the pace throughout the 90 minutes.
Passed and moved well, especially in assisting Sigurdsson with a superb second-half flick. Was at his best when he went it alone, though, which was best displayed when he ran from the half-way line to the edge of the area and curled one of the goals of the season past Cech and into the top corner.