Had hearts in mouths when struggling with an early back pass. Other than that, he was a virtual spectator.
Horrible back pass got his keeper in all sorts of trouble, but after that he looked comfortable enough as Chelsea dominated possession.
Really confident display and part of a Chelsea defence that kept Suarez and Felix at bay for most of the match.
Had his pocket picked by Suarez in a nervy opening – but put enough pressure on the same man later to put him off when in a goal-scoring position and sound after that.
Back in the starting line-up after being humbled by Tuchel at the weekend and worked tirelessly on the right.
Helped Chelsea dominate possession, but he struggled to open up a typically stubborn Atletico. Booking rules him out of the second leg, but the foul on Felix stopped a dangerous break for Atletico.
Got the ball in dangerous areas, but his final ball let him down when accuracy was vital.
Important early header denied Atletico a goal-scoring opportunity. Restricted the visitors to little in the way of chances.
Rash early challenge means he’ll miss the second leg, but recovered well to drive Chelsea forward and try to open up Atletico.
Worked so hard, chasing and pressing Atletico – but final ball let him down.
Wonderful bicycle kick showed what he can do when he gets the right service. Starved of it for the majority of the game, he was the matchwinner with a goal worthy of settling any game.
N’Golo Kante (Mount, 74’) 6
What a player to bring on when seeing out a win.
Hakim Ziyech (Kovacic, 74’) 5
Didn’t manage to open up Atleti.
Reece James (Hudson-Odoi, 80’) 5
Kai Havertz (Giroud, 87’) N/A
Christian Pulisic (Werner, 87’) N/A
Subs not used: Kepa, Caballero, Zouma, Emerson, Chilwell, Gilmour, Abraham.