After a 1-1 draw in the first leg, Chelsea beat Real Madrid 2-0 in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final. The Blues will play Manchester City in the final in Istanbul. Chelsea meet City for a 100% English final! – Debriefing and player ratings (Chelsea 2-0 Real) Werner scored against Real on Wednesday Chelsea join Manchester City in the Champions League final! A week after their good draw in the first leg in Spain (1-1), the London club did the work at Stamford Bridge to validate its qualification by winning 2-0 against Real Madrid, this Wednesday. It’s a great way to get back into the game, » he said, « and it’s a great way to get back into the game and get back into the game. Werner opens the scoring After ten evenly matched minutes in a tight game, Madrid had the first opportunity when Kroos fired in a shot from outside the box. The long-range shot was the preferred option for both teams in the early stages of the game as the defenders got the better of the forwards. Rüdiger tried his luck with a floated shot that was parried by Courtois and then Modric, who was also denied by Mendy. Despite these attempts, neither side was dominant or really more dangerous than the other in the opening minutes. The game came to life as the half-hour mark approached. And after a goal was disallowed for an offside position, Werner got his revenge by opening the scoring for Chelsea. The German striker headed a Havertz shot against the crossbar and into the net after Courtois had come out in front of Havertz (1-0, 28′). It was the first time that the home side had scored a goal in the first half, but Mendy was on hand to keep the ball out of the net. It was the first time that the home side had taken the lead in the first half, but the Chelsea goalkeeper had to be alert to the danger. Real’s reaction was expected in the second half. But it was Chelsea, much more inspired in their play, who dominated the proceedings. It was the first time in the history of the game that the home side had come close to making it 2-0, with Havertz hitting the crossbar with a header and then losing his battle with Courtois. It was the first time that a player had been on the pitch for more than a year and a half and then lost his match to Courtois. The introduction of Asensio, Valverde and Rodrygo did nothing to change that. The Blues wasted several chances to take the lead, but Mount finally killed off the suspense at the end of the match (2-0, 85th). The Madrilenians leave the Champions League by the small door. The rating of the match: 6/10 After a closed start, and a few long-range shots, the match came to life with Chelsea’s opening goal. We expected a more exciting second half, with a reaction from Real Madrid, but the Merengue never managed to ignite this game to get back to the score. The Blues took it upon themselves to liven up the game by scoring a second goal, after having several chances. The goals: – Kanté broke through the middle, played a one-two with Werner, and passed into the left side of the box to Havertz, who sent a short dive over Courtois and Nacho. The ball rebounded off the crossbar, but Werner was well on top of it and headed into the empty net from close range (1-0, 29′). – Kanté collected the ball 30 yards out and set up Pulisic in the right-hand box. The American striker set up Courtois and crossed in front of goal for Mount, who cut inside to push the ball into the net (2-0, 85′).