Chelsea beats Real Madrid and qualifies for the Champions League final

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Timo Werner and Mason’s double led Mount Chelsea to a 2-0 win over Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final on Wednesday, to set a date with Manchester City in the final after winning 3-1 in the first-and-second matches.
German Timo Werner, who suffered from a difficult first season at Chelsea, put the London club ahead in the 28th minute when he scored one of the easiest goals of his career after a superb pass from Ngolo Kante to his colleague Kay Havertz, who hit the crossbar from a lonely position to be followed by compatriot Werner with his head in Empty nets.
Real Madrid, the 13-time European champion, who qualified for the semi-finals the last three times to climb to this role, was the best in the first leg that ended in a 1-1 draw, but it was not like that today.
Even with the return of prominent defender and captain Sergio Ramos after his absence from the first leg in Madrid, Thomas Tuchel’s team outdid him as the German coach continued his incredible influence on the London club.
Chelsea should have decided the match early, as he had several chances but squandered them in a stunning display during the second half.
But Mount’s close-range shot in the 86th minute sealed the win and qualified for Chelsea.
The final in Istanbul will be the second purely English final in the last three seasons.





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