Real Madrid Vs Chelsea FT! | HIGHLIGHTS

Real Madrid Vs Chelsea Live coverage of the UEFA Champions League 2021-22 second leg quarterfinal going down right now.

It is a big encounter for both teams who have so much to do where tonight which will be the decider on who makes it into the next round of the competition after how the first leg of the game went down in England wasn’t a favorable one for the Londoners who have a lot in their hands.

Real Madrid Vs Chelsea, the home side are expected to finish off everything they started back in England they went there and got the job done in a game in which Karim Benzema single-handedly took the responsibility of making it count after 90 minutes of football which was played at Stamford Bridge Stadium.

Both managers have so much to deal with tonight as we expect to see some amazing football played between both of the teams who still stand an equal opportunity of making it through to the semifinals despite how things finalized in the first leg of the encounter which gave the home side advantage for tonight.

The players have been put in a mood where they have to take this match as a final game showdown in which the winners take all, but in this case, the Champions need to win big if they are to stand any slight chance of making it into the next round against all odds following their first leg fumble.


Thibaut Courtois (Goalkeeper); Daniel Carvajal, Nacho Fernandez, David Alaba, Ferland Mendy (Defenders); Luka Modric, Casemiro, Toni Kroos (Midfielders); Federico Valverde, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junior (Strikers).


Edouard Mendy (Goalkeeper); Reece James, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger, Marcos Alonso (Defenders); NGolo Kante, Ruben Loftus Cheek, Mateo Kovacic (Midfielders); Mason Mount Timo Werner (Attackers); Kai Havertz (Striker).

Both managers are going with all most the same team starting lineup as the first leg of the match which happened in England and produced the best result the laliga side could ever wish for knowing in mind that they won’t be looking to make the same mistakes from last season which didn’t work out.

Real Madrid Vs Chelsea, it has been quite a buildup to the second leg happening right now as both teams have been doing good after that game last week which didn’t go in favor of the two sides as only one could celebrate after 90 minutes of football played on that UEFA Champions League matchday night in England.

Chelsea has been impressive so far coming into this match after thrashing Southampton away from home 0-6 which saw Mason Mount and Timo Werner scoring a brace each for that match with Kai Havertz scoring just one goal which all came after Marcos Alonso scored the opening goal very early.

Real Madrid wasn’t that bad themselves as their last game in the Laliga Santander ended in them snatching a good 2-0 win during the weekend against a stubborn Getafe side who gave them a good run for their money, but at the end of everything, it was the table-toppers getting maximum three points in the bag.

Both teams are coming into this match with so much confidence about making something happen as the home side just needs a draw to ensure they go into the next round safely, but they can also afford a 0-1 loss which still gives them the advantage as the scoreline will end in 3-2 knowing how the first leg finished in England.

All the pressure is on top of the Champions who will be hoping they can overcome this obstacle which could be the end of them getting the opportunity to defend their title won last season against Manchester City who is also looking to advance into the next round of the competition.

The game is set for kickoff right now as all the players are already out waiting for the referee to get things going on this wonderful night of UEFA Champions League football, don’t forget to reach out to us via the comment section letting us know how you see this game ended including your final scoreline predictions.

To watch Real Madrid Vs Chelsea Live kindly locate the “STREAM HERE” which will direct you to the encounter going down right now at the Santiago Bernabeu with the game already kicked off and few opportunities seen coming from both teams who are pushing forward.


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