Chelsea qualified for the Uefa Champions League final after beating Real Madrid 2-0 with goals from Timo Werner and Mason Mount as they finished 3-1 on aggregate.
First Half Report Chelsea 1-0 Real Madrid
One goal from the home side who were able to make use of their opportunities despite being pressured mostly in the first half of the encounter which saw some good save from Mendy.
Chelsea scored in the 18th minute as Timo Werner put the ball in the back of the net but unfortunately, the referee already signaled for offside which the goal wasn’t given as the game carried on.
Real Madrid had some good opportunities but Edouard Mendy was too good until Timo Werner scored to make it 1-0 for his side in the 28th minute after a good break saw the German heading in from a lost ball.
The game went on with Los Blancos coming close with Karim Benzema who was once again denied by the good save from Edouard Mendy who ensured nothing went past him despite the pressure.
The first half of the encounter finally came to an end with Chelsea 1-0 Real Madrid as they both headed for the break with an advantage over to the home side who did brilliantly to make sure they got the job done.
Second Half Report Chelsea 1-0 Real Madrid
A bright start in the second half of the encounter saw some good early opportunity for the Blues as Kai Havertz went close to scoring only for the ball not to go inside the net.
Real Madrid could have gone down by 2 goals but Thibaut Courtois was able to deny Mason Mount and Kai Havertz who both went 1 on 1 against the former Blues goalkeeper.
Chelsea continued to press further with more opportunities coming their way but their finishing was always poor and unable to make it count as Christian Pulisic came in to replace Timo Werner.
The second half carried on with more opportunities and yellow cards being shown to Los Blancos who couldn’t control their tackles and composure in the 45 minutes.
Mason Mount increased the lead by making it 2-0 in the 85th minute of the encounter after another break of play started by NGolo Kante before the England International finished off to make neatly as the Blues seal their final move.
The match finally came to an end with Chelsea 2-0 Real Madrid which saw Thomas Tuchel’s side reach the UEFA Champions League final by a 3-1 aggregate against all odds in the encounter.
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