Chelsea were able to held a draw with Real Madrid in the UEFA champions league semi-final and therefore they will require a goalless draw to qualify for final in the second leg.
Thomas Tuchel side missed favorable chances in the first half whereby they would have scored like three goals. Christian Pulisic scored for Chelsea and Karim Benzema equalized for the hosts.
However, only one player cought fans attention in the game. Ngolo kante was arguably outstanding in the Midfield making Real Madrid's midfielders inferior.
Kante's workrate was something to be aknowledged in accordance with the way he carry the ball to the upfront as well defending and he was the man of the match.
" We came to Play and thus it was my Task to make them inferior in front of our coach. We were advised to be cool and not over think and that's why we played so well", Ngolo kante Revealed.
Lastly in your opinion, What do you say about Kante's performance yesterday?
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