Hakim Ziyech made his £33m transfer fee look like a massive bargain in a costly summer for Chelsea.

The winger from Ajax stole the show at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening as Sheffield United could not cope with him.

Frank Lampard 's side came from behind to win 4-1 in west London thanks to goals from Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Timo Werner.

Ziyech provided assists for Chilwell and Silva with his expert delivery from two set pieces.

And he certainly filled the void left by Kai Havertz, who missed out due to his positive test for Covid-19.

Heading into the international break, things look a lot rosier for Lampard and Chelsea, and Daily Star Sport has the player ratings from Saturday's showdown with the Blades below.

Tammy Abraham and Hakim Ziyech both got on the scoresheet for Chelsea against Sheffield United

Chelsea

Eduoard Mendy: Frenchman conceded for first time in Premier league action but otherwise a quiet night. 7

Reece James: Always a threat on the right flank, the rising England star continues to impress. 7

Kurt Zouma: Dutch defender looked assured and solid after a testing opening ten minutes. 7

Thiago Silva: Then Brazilian veteran never panicked - even when Chelsea fell behind. 7

Ben Chilwell: England left back could have a first half hat-trick but one good enough 8,

Matero Kovacic: Has had few chances this season but made the most of a rare outing. Excellent 8.

Ben Chilwell has made a fine start to his Chelsea career, scoring his second goal for the club against Sheffield United on Saturday

N’Golo Kante 7: A typically steady performance in central midfield from the French star. 7,

Mason Mount: Not at his best but still kept the Blues ticking with neat passes and quick thinking 7,

Hakim Ziyech: Pick of the playmakers on show, with three wonderful passes for first three goals. 9

Tammy Abraham: England striker gives Lampard's men a proper focal point - and deserved his goal. 8.

Tino Werner: Slightly off night for the German ace, though finally hit the net at death. 7

Subs: Jorginho (for Kovacic 71) 7

Sheffield United

Aaron Ramsdale: Some good saves but could have done better with opening two goals. 5

Chris Basham: Struggled to keep Chelsea’s free-flowing forward line quiet. Difficult night. 6

Chelsea's Timo Werner scores his side's fourth goal

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John Egan: The Blades skipper led by example, as ever, but not enough to get a much-needed result. 7

Enda Stevens: Better going forward than when stopping attacks at the other end. 6

George Baldock: Flew out of the blocks and caused Chelsea real problems early on. 7

Sander Berge: His powerful shot led to the Blades’ shock opener but thereafter faded. 6

Oliver Norwood: Was behind everything good from United in the first 15 minutes before being pegged back 7

John Lundstrum: United contract rebel recalled but failed to make the most of his opportunity 6

Max Lowe: Caught napping at far post when Chilwell raced past him to grab Chelsea’s second. 5

Ryan Brewster: The youngster charged with scoring the goals to keep United up had no chances here 6

David McGolxdrick: Kept up his good strike rate against Chelsea with a fantastic finish. 8

Subs: Oliver McBurnie (for Brewster) 63, 6

Ben Osborn (for Norwood) 63, 6