CHELSEA reached the UEFA Champions League final. After finishing the match 1:1 in Madrid, the British celebrated with Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge 2:0 in the semi-final rematch, defeating Manchester City with a 3-1 championship. The scorers were Werner in the 28th minute and Mount in the 85th minute.
Chelsea deservedly defeated Real Madrid in the semi-finals, because the London team performed well in both games. In return for London, Real Madrid coach Zidane let go of unprepared players like Hazard, Mendy and Ramos, so the Royal Club game is below this level. If Tuchel’s scorer has been nervous and they have five clean sheets in the second half, then Real could be seriously injured at Stamford Bridge.
Both sides of the game started cautiously. In the first ten minutes, although the Royals had possession of the ball, no team could attack more seriously, but he was useless. That’s where Chelsea look for opportunities, and it’s where they get them.
The British army asked the guests to lift the ball and waited for the confiscated property to endanger Courtois. In the 12th minute, Rudiger played an outstanding performance from a distance, the Belgian defended very well. Chelsea continued to pass through Cherwell and Havers, especially the excellent Kanter, breaking through the back row of Real Madrid, but the guests still managed to defend themselves.
After Chelsea’s excellent counterattack, the Kings defense gave way in the 18th minute. Havertz escaped and threw in the middle, and Werner hurried, so his goal was cancelled.
Chelsea were dominant at the time. They were a more dangerous and better team, but in the 26th minute, the Royals almost took the lead from their first chance. Benzema turned brilliantly and hit even higher at 15 meters, but Mendy broke the goal with a fantastic goal.
Only two minutes later, Chelsea deservedly took the lead. Canterlot pulled the surplus and threw Haviz, who was close to Koutouvas’s high ball, into the box. The ball hit the crossbar and rebounded by Timo Werner’s two-meter-high header. The goal was 1-0. In the 35th minute, Mendy saved the home team again. Modric intercepted and Benzema was alone and hit him in the head at close range, but Mendy took it off unbelievably and created another miracle.
After two minutes of the game in the sequel, Chelsea is close to the second goal. After a brief argument with the defender, Aspilicuet Hawitz finally squeezed the ball into the home court. In the 53rd minute, Chelsea set the goal to 2:0. Tonight, the great Havertz knocked Mount down with his heel, and the latter walked out of Courtois alone, but the chance of hitting the door was small. In the 59th minute, Haviz stood alone in front of Kotuvas again, but the Belgian defended another great opportunity.
Real Madrid was threatened for the first time in the 64th minute, but Hazard’s sharp diagonal shot once again defended the amazing Mendy. Only two minutes later, Chelsea had a new opportunity. Werner quickly counterattacked, Real’s defense collapsed, and the German joined the running Kante. Kante didn’t score.
By the end of the game, we watched more wonderful miniatures of Kai Havertz playing under Real’s defense. Regrettably, the young German failed to score in the best game of his career. One ball.
Then, five minutes before the end of the game, Chelsea scored again and ended the game. Kante took the ball to Nachu and added it to Pulisica, who threw a fantastic five-meter shot. He rushed to Mount and scored to confirm the Champions League final.
For Chelsea, this will be the third final. So far, they have only won one championship in 2012, while Real Madrid have maintained a record 13 championships.
Luka Modrić (Luka Modrić) played for Real Madrid (Real) for the entire game, while Mateo Kovačić (Mateo Kovačić) is not on the home team due to injury.
Scorer: 1: 0 Werner (28), 2: 0 mounts (85)
Orsato from Italy was judged at Stamford Bridge Stadium.