Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal as Chelsea beat Al Hilal to reach the final of the FIFA Club World Cup, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The game started with both clubs unable to get control of things which was looking a bit shaky for them as all they couldn’t make anything happen.
Chelsea had a fair amount of dominance against their opponent as they pushed forward through every angle trying to break them down as the match continued with the Saudi side fighting back.
More opportunities were created as the first half progressed with the Al Hilal creating some good opportunities which unfortunately couldn’t result in anything happening.
Romelu Lukaku scored in the 32nd minute of the game making things 0-1 after an amazing work saw the big striker being set up by Kai Havertz before making sure to make it a goal from a perfect finish for his side.
Nothing changed as the first half progressed and finally came to an end with Al Hilal 0-1 Chelsea which saw them heading inside for the break with advantage to the English Premier League side.
Second Half Report
More good display coming from both sides who were still finding a way to get more goals and control of the match which was looking good for the Champions of Europe.
Al Hilal were poor in getting anything done but managed to make attempts which didn’t cause any problems as their opponent had everything sorted out with Kepa making sure of that.
It was more of the opportunities coming with nothing hitting the back of the net as they hit the one-hour mark with the scoreline still on 1-0 with Chelsea dominating the ball possession.
Both team defense continued to make sure they didn’t concede as they pulled off some incredible defending during the game which saw Kepa Arrizabalaga showing some good goalkeeping.
The match ended with Al Hilal 0-1 Chelsea as the Premier League side claimed victory which saw them advance into the FIFA Club World Cup final.
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