The Champions league is the biggest Club competition in the world. All football lovers are usually excited when the competition gets to the elimination stage. On Tuesday, the first leg of the Semi Finals was played by Chelsea Against Real Madrid. Chelsea are looking to win their second champions league tittle while Real Madrid are on the verge of winning their 14th.
The first leg ended in a draw. Pulisic scored first for Chelsea before Karim Benzema equalized for the Whites. Chelsea were the better side in the game and could have won it in the first half. Although we expected a tight game, Most football fans were surprised with the display from Chelsea.
Reacting to their performance, Former Bayern Munich and Manchester United Star Bastian Swistiger expressed his surprise on Twitter. He mentioned two players who decided the game. Toni Rudiger Assist to Pulisic and Benzema who was a threat throughout the game.
This dominant @ChelseaFC performance surprises me, curious to see if they can keep it up against the experienced @RealMadrid. Very good assist by @ToniRuediger, @Benzema - incredible striker. #UCL #RMACHE
Chelsea Legend Didier Drogba also has this to say about the performance of Chelsea.
Not a bad result, keep pushing my People @ChelseaFC 💙
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