Here’s how James Robson rated those on show…
Brilliant saves denied Roberts and Raphinha in each half. The busiest he’s been in a long time – but responded impressively.
In an orthodox right-back role he was stretched early on, but got control of his side as the game went on.
Like the rest of Chelsea’s defence, he looked uncertain to begin with as Leeds created openings. Composed use of the ball when starting moves from the back.
Wonderful header denied Bamford a certain goal. Also managed to keep Raphinha relatively quiet once Chelsea got control defensively.
A performance full of attacking threat. Found himself in dangerous positions with his bursting runs.
Powerfully carried the ball forward and allowed Chelsea to command possession in midfield. Really good defensively at set pieces.
Important in settling Chelsea defensively when dropping back to fill gaps that were there in the opening stages and provide an outlet for the defenders.
Not at his most influential, but still made things happen with his energy and work rate. Final ball let him down.
Still trying to find his form. Final ball was disappointing and couldn’t take advantage with the dead ball either.
After his false No9 role against Everton, this was more of an orthodox centre forward deployment and his movement caused Leeds lots of problems. Finishing let him down.
Had his moments in his first league start under Tuchel. But played out of position on the right and the subject of a couple of ear-bashings from his manager. Unlikely he did enough to keep his place.
Reece James (Pulisic, 68’) 5
Came on to give Chelsea another attacking option, but crucial block on Llorente cut out a dangerous chance.
Timo Werner (Ziyech, 68’) 4
Was supposed to give Chelsea more cutting edge, but had little impact from the bench.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (Mount, 79’) 5
Added a bit more varietly to Chelsea’s attack.