Chelsea kicked off their pre-season proper with a fiercely competitive 2-1 win against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Tuesday evening.
The Blues made the trip to face their infamous Premier League bogey side, now under the stewardship of one Scott Parker – who needs no introduction to Chelsea fans.
Despite yielding no goals, the first half was a tight affair played with great spirit and intensity. Tammy Abraham went close thrice with the best chances for either side.
Tammy Abraham – 5/10 
Spurned a trio of decent chances towards the end of the first period, through the efforts of Mark Travers or otherwise, after being conspicuous for the majority of it.
Smart movement is all well and good, but Thomas Tuchel is looking for a marksman to depend on.
You feel these types of chances have to go in if he wishes to earn a stay of execution at this club.
Incredible pass by Hudson-Odoi to Pulisic, then to Abraham, but he couldn’t convert to goal
Mark Travers makes an excellent save to deny Tammy Abraham at point blank range.
Tammy Abraham is slipped in by Hakim Ziyech but Mark Travers gets down well to save.