We take a look at the statistics from the last league game of the campaign, which highlight the influence Ruben Loftus-Cheek had on proceedings...
We had 14 shots to Leicester’s nine. All of ours stemmed from open-play situations.
We had four efforts on target, three of which came inside the opening 17 minutes of the contest.
Eight of our shots were struck from outside the box.
Pedro, Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek each had three attempts.
We had a 53.2 per cent share of possession. Cesar Azpilicueta spent the most time on the ball for us (6.2 per cent), and Marcos Alonso had a game-high 83 touches.
Both teams’ pass success rate was 87 per cent.
Our top passers were Azpilicueta (64), David Luiz (59) and Alonso (58).
When it came to key passes, Willian and Loftus-Cheek led the way with three apiece.
Loftus-Cheek’s four successful dribbles was a joint game-high figure. Eden Hazard also registered four during his time on the pitch, as did Leicester’s Ricardo Pereira and Ben Chilwell.
Loftus-Cheek also won two aerial duels, the same figure as Azpilicueta and Davide Zappacosta.
Jorginho and Alonso both won four tackles, as did the home side’s Hamza Choudhury.
Harry Maguire, who completed all 67 of the passes he attempted, also registered a game-high six clearances. Alonso and David Luiz managed four.
That Chelsea duo also made two interceptions each, the most for us. Pereira recorded six, and Wilfred Ndidi four.