The Blues will take on Real Madrid tomorrow at Stamford Bridge for their second leg clash of the champions league semifinals. Tuchel's side has a slight advantage after a 1-1 draw in their previous fixture as both teams will try to make it to this year's final at Istanbul.
N'golo Kante's performance tomorrow could determine the outcome of this encounter as it did in the first leg. The French international outshone Real Madrid midfield trio, of Luca Modric, Toni Kroos, and Casemiro, with his work rate. Although, they were not lucky to carry maximum points.
The trio was regarded as one of the best midfield partnerships, but Kante did not allow them time to merge in the game as he threw them off balance with his outstanding performance and completed more dribbles(six) than the entire Real Madrid team.
Do you think English giants Chelsea will go against the odds again this season to eliminate Spanish giants as they did back in 2012 against Barcelona, the year they were crowned EUFA Champions League Champions?
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