Chelsea 2- 1 Palmeiras Final (Watch Highlights)

Chelsea won the FIFA Club World Cup after defeating Palmeiras 2-1 in extra time thanks to a Kai Havertz penalty.

The game began with both clubs pushing forward to take the lead as it kicked off rather well, with both teams evenly matched as the first half progressed.

Chelsea dominated their opponent from the start, pressing forward through every conceivable offensive opportunity in the hopes of scoring the game’s first goal, which they failed to do despite coming close.

As the first half progressed, Palmeiras began to create some of their own opportunities, which were not going well, but which they were able to deal with thanks to strong defending.

As the first half progressed, Palmeiras began to create some of their own opportunities, which were not going well, but which they were able to deal with thanks to strong defending.

As the first half progressed, nothing changed, and the game ended with Chelsea 0-0 Palmeiras, with both teams heading into halftime with a goalless tie.

Both sides were evenly matched going forward and defending in the second half of the match, with only one goal scored.

In the 55th minute, Romelu Lukaku scored the game’s first goal with a bullet header after a superb ball from Callum Hudson Odoi, putting Chelsea up 1-0.

As the game went, Raphael Veiga scored from the penalty spot in the 64th minute, bringing Palmeiras to a 1-1 draw.

The match finished in a 1-1 draw, sending both teams inside after 90 minutes of no scoring, with extra time proving to be the deciding factor going forward.

It was a good game for both teams, but the Blues pressed harder in the extra time, which paid off for them.

Chelsea looked strong throughout the first half of extra time, with Christian Pulisic’s attempt hitting the crossbar.

Palmeiras conceded a penalty, which Kai Havertz converted, and the Blues won the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time in their history, 2-1.

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