The blues defeated Fc Porto courtsey of a 2-1 aggregate scoreline, to set up semi-finals match against Zidane's Real Madrid who themselves progressed into the last four, after defeating reigning Epl champions Liverpool by a 3-1 aggregate scoreline.
Both teams will be hoping to make it into the final, as they both boast of good forms at the moment, Chelsea have suffered just two defeats in 18 games under Tuchel, while Real Madrid are undefeated in 14 games, and look forward to mounting a serious title challenge in the La Liga.
Many pundits are beginning to have their say, as to the team which they feel will eventually progress into the finals, and one of such persons is former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.
While speaking in an interview, the ex-Chelsea striker revealed that he expects the encounter to a tough one but he see's Chelsea progressing. Here is what he had to say about the Chelsea vs Real Madrid semi-final clash.
“It’s going to be a difficult team for Chelsea to beat, but you wouldn’t put it past them under Tuchel".
“It’s an impossible one to call. If you are asking me, I think Chelsea may just edge it. One of my former clubs may just edge it".
The last time Chelsea koncked out a Spanish team in the semi-finals was when they won the tournament for the very time in year 2012, defeating Fc Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate.
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