Spanish giants Real Madrid are playing against English counterparts Chelsea tonight at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano for their first leg clash of the champions league semis. There are many great top players who have played for both clubs with Eden Hazard the latest to have changed clubs.
Mateo Kovacic, Marcos Alonso, Thibaut Courtois, and Eden Hazard are still the only active players who are still representing either of the clubs. Other players to have featured for the clubs are; Ricardo Carvalnho, Michael Essien, Claude Makelele, Arjen Robben, Nicolas Anelka, Alvaro Morata, Samuel Etoo, Gonzalo Higuain, Christian Panucci and Lassana Diarra.
Some of these players have retired from the sport while others are currently playing for other clubs other than the Los Blancos and The Blues.
UEFA champions league semi-finals is under way with Chelsea having an lead thanks to Pulisic's strike against real Madrid in Spain. Do you see the Blues coming out victorious tonight?
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