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Simon Collings ran the rule over Emma Hayes’ side...
Chelsea player ratings
Ann-Katrin Berger 5
A horrible night for the goalkeeper, which began with the own-goal looping over her. Couldn’t do much about the Barca goals, though.
Niamh Charles 4
Had an exceptionally difficult evening against the pacy Lieke Martens, who terrorised her all game.
Millie Bright 4
Like the whole Chelsea defence, the England international struggled against Barcelona’s forward line. A game to forget.
Magdalena Eriksson 4
The Chelsea captain had a tough evening against Jenni Hermoso, whose movement off the ball caused so many problems.
Jessica Carter 4
Like Charles on the other flank, she had a very difficult evening against a brilliant Barcelona attack. Couldn’t stop Bonmati scoring the third.
Melanie Leupolz 3
A nightmare game for the German, who scored an unfortunate own-goal and gave away a penalty. Taken off at half-time.
Sophie Ingle 5
A tough game for the Wales international, who attempted to sit deep and break up play. Booked.
Ji So-yun 6
The best of Chelsea’s midfielders on a miserable night. Tried to get things going, but just couldn’t compete with Barca’s midfield.
Fran Kirby 6
One of the few to come out of the game with much credit. Never stopped running and looked the most likely to make something happen.
Pernille Harder 4
Missed two great chances inside the opening 10 minutes. The first, in particular, was a glorious one and Harder will know she could have done better.
Sam Kerr 5
Nowhere near the level we have come to expect from the Australian. Had a few moments of brilliance, but a quiet night.
Guro Reiten (Leupolz 45’) 5
On at the break and did help stem the flow of goals, but couldn’t open Barca up.
Erin Cuthbert (Ji 73’) N/A
Beth England (Kerr 73’) N/A
Subs not used: Musovic, Telford, Blundell, Fleming, Spence, Andersson, Fox, Beever-Jones.