Chelsea did everything possible against Real Madrid which saw them winning 2-3 but crashed out on aggregate, KTNBlog reporting.
It was a game which saw the Blues doing all their possible best which saw them scoring the goals but it wasn’t enough as they exit the competition.
The home side for the encounter had things working out for them with the substitution made by Carlo Ancelotti which helped them coming back.
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REAL MADRID VS CHELSEA FULL MATCH REPORT
The second leg of the encounter between Real Madrid Vs Chelsea started well with both teams pushing for an early goal in the game.
Chelsea continued playing calm in the early minutes of the first half which saw them finding any way possible to score an early goal which didn’t happen.
The home side Real Madrid held on well until the 15th minute which saw Mason Mount finished off brilliantly which made the scoreline 0-1 as it carried on.
Things continued to look cagey between them as there were a few moments both teams were caught off guard doing mistakes that were immediately covered up.
It was so tight that no opportunities were able to present themselves as the first half carried on and ended with Real Madrid Vs Chelsea 0-1 as the Blues took the advantage after 45 minutes played.
The second half was more entertaining as things opened up a bit in the early few minutes which saw opportunities flooding in from both ends.
Nothing happened as Chelsea carried on with their advantage knowing they need to score one more to make sure the aggregate was tied 3-3 which didn’t happen.
Real Madrid continue to hold things down hoping they can carry on with nothing else happening as they approached more minutes into the second half of the encounter.
Antonio Rudiger put Chelsea ahead further in the 51st minutes of the second half which saw the defender finishing off to make the scoreline 0-2.
Marcos Alonso scored in the 62nd minute of the match, but it was called back by VAR who ended up chopping off the goal that was scored.
The Blues carried on and scored another one in the 75th minute of the encounter which saw Timo Werner beating two defenders before finishing to make it 0-3.
The home side pulled one back in the 80th minute through a tap in from Rodrygo who made it 1-3 as it remained the same and ended the 90 minutes of football.
Extra time kicked off with Real Madrid netting another one in the 96th minute through an outstanding goal from Karim Benzema to make it 2-3.
Things carried on until it ended with Real Madrid 2-3 Chelsea as the Blues crashed out on aggregate 5-4 despite all their efforts all through the game.
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