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Chelsea vs Real Madrid in the 2nd leg

Chelsea vs Real Madrid
SCHEDULE
TIME
Match:
Chelsea vs Real Madrid
(1-1)
Tournament:
Champions League - Semi-Final
Date:
Thursday, May 6 2021
Time:
12:30 midnight Indian time
Stadium:
Stamford Bridge
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Match Finished

CHELSEA 2 - 0 REAL MADRID
( AGG :3-1)

    Final
Chelsea vs Manchester City

  Lineup
Chelsea 
Chelsea XI:  
Thiago Silva, Azpilicueta, Jorginho, Rudiger, Christensen, E. Mendy, Kante, Werner, Mount, Chilwell, Havertz
 Lineup
Real Madrid
Real Madrid XI: 
Ramos, Modric, Benzema, Kroos, Hazard, Courtois, Casemiro, Nacho, F Mendy, Militao, Vinicius
Match Preview

Chelsea will host Real Madrid in the 2nd leg of the 2020/21 Champions League semi-final, Thursday (6/5/2021). A duel of life and death will be presented at Stamford Bridge.

There are no winners from the first leg in Spain. At home to Madrid last week, the two teams drew 1-1. Chelsea took the lead through Christian Pulisic's goal in the 14th minute, and Zinedine Zidane's men equalized with a goal by bomber Karim Benzema in the 29th minute.

Talking about the chance to qualify, Chelsea is a little better. The reason is, in addition to a draw, they also scored away goals. A goalless draw at Stamford Bridge later was enough to send Thomas Tuchel's men to the final. However, Madrid, who are the kings of this competition, will not be easily eliminated.

Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard returned to Stamford Bridge, and this time as opponents. Although they failed to perform optimally in the first leg, they are certainly ready to give their best if given the opportunity to play in the second leg later.

Chelsea and Madrid have both heated up the engines for this decisive tie with their respective league win last weekend.

Chelsea won 2-0 to host Fulham in the Premier League. Kai Havertz bought up two goals, while goalkeeper Edouard Mendy was again solid to bring Chelsea to a clean sheet. Meanwhile, Madrid won to host Osasuna in La Liga, also with a score of 2-0, through goals from Eder Militao and Casemiro that came in the dying minutes.

Now, their focus has been shifted to the life-and-death duel at Stamford Bridge.

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