Made excellent saves to deny Hazard and Moses, and generally commanded his area well.
Much like his center back partner Chicao, he produced a solid, resilient display.
For the most part dealt with the threat of Hazard, although his lack of pace was exposed on occasion.
A disciplined display at the heart of defense, rarely beaten in the air or on the floor.
The fact that most of Chelsea's best moments came down the opposite flank speaks well of his performance.
His efforts helped keep Ivanovic pinned back and Moses had a relatively marginal influence on the game.
A bundle of energy, working from box to box and linking play well whenever the ball came to him.
Industrious in the midfield, pressing Ramires and Lampard relentlessly and helping his side to win the midfield battle.
Caused problems all game with his skill and clever movement, and took his goal with impressive composure.
His work rate prevented Chelsea from gaining a firm foothold in the midfield, although his own influence on his team's attacking was limited to some neat touches and wayward shots.
Rarely tested by a wasteful Corinthians attack, and could do nothing about Guerrero's goal.
Never looked comfortable in the face of a fluid Corinthians attack, and never got close enough to shut down Guerrero at any stage. Sent off in the dying moments.
Often caught drifting too narrow by Danilo, most notably and decisively for the goal.
Displayed his usual blend of inspired moments and lapses in concentration, and gave Guerrero too much space for the goal.
Looked excellent at both ends of the pitch early on, but his attacking influence fairly quickly waned.
Showed his usual energy in midfield but was uncharacteristically wasteful in possession.
Forced one superb save from Cassio in the first half, but had faded long before he was replaced by Oscar with 20 minutes left.
Drifted in and out of the game, showcasing some deft touches and forcing a good stop out of Cassio, but a far from complete performance.
Wanted to add another trophy to his collection before he is likely to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, but looked off the pace and unable to deal with Corinthians' intensity.
Played one sublime pass through to Hazard early in the second half, but this was a strangely quiet game for the Spain international.
Inconsistent and anonymous against organized and motivated opposition again. Came into this game on a run of five goals in three matches against poor opposition, but it seems he has become a flat-track bully. Missed a sitter late on.