Chelsea fc will be playing Real Madrid on Wednesday in a champions league second leg match.Chelsea played Real Madrid last week at Alfredo Di Stefano stadium where the both teams shared spoils that night.Chelsea started the match well and they opened the scoring after a sublime overhead pass by Rudiger which was brought down brilliantly by Cristian Pulisic. Before he dribbled past Thibout Courtois and Real Madrid defenders to score in the 14th mins.Real Madrid improved their overall play and scored in the 29th minute through Karim Benzema half volley.
Chelsea had an away goal advantage and they will be looking to capitalise it when Madrid visit Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.Every team will play safe as possible to avoid conceding the first goal of the match.Both teams yesterday rested their key players thus means it will be a Crunch fixture as everyteam is prepared fully.If Chelsea and Real Madrid draw 1:1 that day like they did in the first leg, It will need another 30 extra time minutes to decide the match.This is because their overall aggregate will be 2:2.where by every team has conceded and scored away from home which means now the match can't be decided in normal time.
If the results are the same after the 30 mins of the extra time their will be penalty shoot outs which will determine between the two teams which one of them will play in the final.
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