Real Madrid stole the show once again as the beat Chelsea 0-2 at Stamford Bridge to advance 4-0 in aggregate, MySportDab reports.
Frank Lampard continued with his losing streak which increased to four in a row since taking over as interim manager.
First Half Report
The first half was one which the home side were much better in terms of making goal scoring opportunities but couldn’t finish off.
Real Madrid dominated the ball possession in the first half which had them doing so much except making attempts on goal despite seeing the ball more.
Chelsea were more playing a high line attack which saw them moving more than the normal mostly their midfielders who had to play more attacking.
The Blues came close on a couple of occasions which bad finishing was the reason they failed on making anything happen in the match as they carried on.
Marc Cucurella had the closest opportunity on goal but he was slow as the goalkeeper forced his clean strike into a save as Chelsea ended the half 0-0 to Real Madrid.
Second Half Report
The second half was spot on as so much came to play for both sides who had intention of making things go their way with a lot happening.
Chelsea were more of the same energy they had in the first half which saw them pushing to make something happen as they carried on.
Real Madrid broke the deadlock in the 58th minutes of the match which saw Rodrygo finishing off neatly to make the scoreline 0-1 as the match carried on forward.
Rodrygo scored in the 80th minutes of match with a simple goal after the home side defense was broken down again to make it 0-2.
The match came to an end with Chelsea unable to make the impossible as they crashed out of the Champions League losing 0-2 against Real Madrid and 4-0 on aggregate.
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