#4. Flop: Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been Everton's best performer under Carlo Ancelotti and signed a contract extension with the club earlier in the week. The striker has scored 13 goals in the Premier League this season and scored 2 goals against the Blues earlier in the season, however, he struggled to make a similar impact in this game.
The English striker did not get many chances. He was closely marked by Chelsea defenders throughout the game. He had a great opportunity to keep Everton in the game in the first half. He went through on goal; however, he missed a one-on-one chance that was put wide by his left foot in the first half.
The striker will hope to put this game behind him and get back to goal-scoring form next week as he looks to earn a place in the England squad for the Euros.
#3. Hit: Mason Mount
Mason Mount has been back to his best in recent weeks. He continued his good form against Everton by producing another impressive display against Everton.
Mount set the tone for his side by pressing the visitors energetically whenever they had the ball. He ended his run of 19 games without a goal when he opening the scoring in the fourteenth minute. He was dribbling past players, creating chances, and, winning back the possession throughout his stay on the pitch.
The midfielder is one of Chelsea's key players and his importance was evident when Frank Lampard decided to take him off as a precaution in the 59th minute after he suffered a knock. Chelsea fans will hope that it is nothing serious as the business end of the season approaches.