Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-0 in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals, thanks to an early goal from Kai Havertz and an own goal from Ben Davies.
Report on the Complete Match
Chelsea played well in the first half of the match, making things happen from the start until the finish of the 45-minute period.
Kai Havertz scored the game’s first goal in the fifth minute, thanks to Marcos Alonso, who set up the German for a spectacular finish that gave the Blues an early 1-0 lead.
Tottenham were second best because they couldn’t handle the pressure and ended up giving their London rivals an early edge, which didn’t help them as the game progressed.
The first half continued with both teams putting in more than enough effort to see the game out.
to see things alter from how they appeared, but nothing happens despite the numerous opportunities that have been provided.
After a fantastic display, Spurs defender Ben Davies was obliged to throw the ball past his goalie for an own-goal, extending the home side’s lead to 2-0.
After a terrific 45 minutes of football, the first half of the match ended with Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham with both teams heading inside for the break.
Due to an injury to Kai Havertz, Chelsea were forced to make a substitution, with Timo Werner coming on as a replacement.
Tottenham were still looking for something to build on in a game that was quickly getting away from them following a dismal first-half performance that sold them out badly.
With only a few minutes left to play at Stamford Bridge, nothing was occurring as they continued to go head to head against each other.
Chelsea defeated Tottenham 2-0 in the first leg, ensuring the Blues have all the advantage they require going into the second game.
Below is a video of the match highlights: