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Chelsea beat Real Madrid to set up all-English Champions League final


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Chelsea have beaten Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final, setting up an all-English final against Manchester City.

They beat the Spanish side 2-0 in west London with goals from Timo Werner and Mason Mount.

The Blues will take on Manchester City in Istanbul at the end of the month.

After a 1-1 draw in the away leg, Chelsea were on top throughout against a lacklustre Madrid side who created very little.

In contrast, Chelsea had a clutch of good chances and could have won by many more.

The first goal came in the 28th minute courtesy of a simple header by Werner, taking advantage of the rebound from Kai Havetz’s chip.

That put them 2-1 up on aggregate, but another goal from Real would have forced extra time and seen Chelsea rue not taking advantage of their other chances.

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Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard was uncharacteristically quiet, and their other big names like Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric were also poor.

The all-English final was sealed five minutes from time – the brilliant N’Golo Kante latching on to a loose ball, passing to Christian Pulisic who took his time before squaring it for Mount’s finish.

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