Chelsea fell to a 3-1 loss to Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening which piled further pressure on Jose Mourinho.
The reigning Premier League champions have struggled for consistency so far this season which has left them in the bottom half of the table.
However, even despite the return of John Terry, they were unable to secure a positive result as their captain struggled with the pace of Saints forward Saido Mane.
Find out how Terry and the rest of his Chelsea teammates fared in our player assessment below:
GK: Asmir Begovic – 6/10
Despite conceding three goals, the Bosnian international made some key saves during the game to keep his side in it. He can’t be held accountable for the shambles in front of him.
DF: Branislav Ivanovic – 5/10
Another game to forget for the right back, as Southampton identified him as a weakness and exploited him down that flank.
DF: Gary Cahill – 5/10
Part of the bigger problem and doesn’t look anywhere near as commanding as he once did at the heart of the Chelsea defence.
DF: John Terry – 5/10
The determination is still there, but the confidence is not. Poor defending let in Mane for the second goal which turned the game in Southampton’s favour.
DF: Cesar Azpilicueta – 6/10
Energy and effort was there from the Spaniard, but he also endured a miserable evening at Stamford Bridge.
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