Chelsea defeated Porto 2-0 in the first quarter-finals of the Champions League and had the starting advantage of two away goals in the planned six-day return match. Due to travel restrictions between Portugal and the United Kingdom, the match will be played in Seville, and the return match will be played at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium at the same location. Then the host was Chelsea, who was scored by Mason Mount in the 32nd minute and scored in the 85th minute.
Except for the few minutes when Chelsea hid the ball at the beginning of the game (ie the host stood behind the ball and waited for the opportunity) (he greeted the opportunity in the game against Juventus), most of the first half passed the Porto team symbols of.
These moves will not be remembered, but the Portuguese club lined them up and used them to be more threatening. Eight shots in the first half and two shots in the frame were directed by players led by Sergio Conceicao. It was Edouard Mendy who did not fall into the Chelsea team. In addition to having the ability and inability to break through Porto’s defense, Chelsea did not show up until the 32nd minute with Mason Mount’s shine.
He accepted the Mount ball about 18 meters from the Porto goal, Jorginho passed the ball to him, he turned brilliantly, leaving Zaida Sanusi on the lawn, and then aimed the ball with his right foot at the bottom right corner of the Marchesin goal. Porter’s goalkeeper tried to defend the shot with his feet, but failed.
This was Mount’s first goal in the Champions League in the 15th game. In 22 years and 87 days, he became Chelsea’s youngest scorer in the knockout round.
Both sides had a lot of opportunities, including the penalty shootout in Porto after Marega and Azpiliquete duel, and the result did not change until the end of the game. Then, in the 85th minute, Christian Pulisic shook the goal and Chilwell bypassed the home goalkeeper after receiving the ball and set for Chelsea’s convincing advantage The final score is set, and then it is scheduled to return next week. This was his first goal in a Champions League game.
Mateo Kovačić played for the London team until the 90th minute.