Juventus have today won their 1st leg match against Chelsea and the Allianz Stadium. This is thanks to a goal in the start of the second half of the game.
In the first ten minutes of the encounter , Chelsea were highly dominant and it appeared as if Juventus were afraid of the Chelsea outfit. Chelsea had almost all the possession in the first half of the game.
However, Chelsea made very careless mistakes which led to big chances for Federico Chiesa who was very electric in his running.
In the opening seconds of the second half , Juventus found a way to quickly break down the Chelsea side. Federico hit a wonderful strike with his left foot to Mendy's nearpost.
During the rest of the game, Chelsea failed to be more clinical infront of goal despites having very many chances at their disposal. Juventus won 1-0 without the services of Morata and Dybala.
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