GOALS from Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount saw off Crystal Palace 2-0 to reach the FA Cup final.

But here is how the Palace players rated during the match.

Jack Butland: After a watching brief for most of the first half, the Eagles cup goalkeeper could do little about either of the Chelsea efforts: 6

Cheikhou Kouyate: Part of an unexpected back five, he was denied the opener by compatriot Mendy after a fine first-half volley before being moved into midfield: 6

Joachim Andersen: Strong at the heart of Palace’s defence for an hour but partially at fault for Mount’s second and missed great chance to pull one back late on: 5

Marc Guehi: Typically composed and won his battle with Havertz, even embarrassing the German forward by pulling out of a tackle which saw Chelsea man booked for simulation: 7

Joel Ward: Recalled for first start in two months and worked hard but struggled to get forward enough from wing-back position: 5

Ebere Eze: Played his part in solid first-half display by Palace and set-pieces were threatening but could not help turn the tide after the opener: 6

James McArthur: Tenacious from the start and full of energy but replaced when a goal was required: 7

Jeffrey Schlupp: Made more tackles than any player on the pitch and stretched the play for Palace until sacrificed for attacking substitution: 7

Tyrick Mitchell: At fault for the opener after he hesitated in possession near his own penalty area and was robbed by Azpilicueta. A blip on an otherwise faultless showing: 6

Jean-Philippe Mateta: A typical battling performance up top but little chance to make an impact from an attacking sense before being withdrawn after 54 minutes: 6

Wilfried Zaha: Plenty of effort and endeavour from the Ivory Coast international, who made a number of excellent runs but was not found with final ball: 7

Substitutions: Jordan Ayew (for Mateta, 54): Made an impression after early arrival and improved Palace’s intensity but, once Chelsea broke the deadlock, the momentum had shifted: 6

Christian Benteke (for Schlupp, 72): Put himself about yet failed to really trouble Blues defence: 5

Michael Olise (for McArthur, 72): Brought the crowd to life even more and put fear into Chelsea back five with a number of fine runs and crosses in short cameo: 6

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