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UEFA Reacts After Chelsea Remarkable UCL 2-0 Win Against Dortmund To Qualify For The Quarter Finals

The European football governing body popularly known as UEFA has reacted after Chelsea recorded an incredible comeback victory in the return leg of the current UCL campaign.

Chelsea football club of England were in action yesterday in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 ties at home against Borussia Dortmund at the Stamford Bridge.

The Blues in the game were able to overturn their first leg one nil deficit which made them trail from behind going into the show of the night where they won with a crucial two nil victory.

Chelsea in the thrilling encounter scored a goal in each half of the game to secure the needed points that got them advanced to the quarter finals stage of the competition at the expense of the German Bundesliga giant.

First half goal from Raheem Sterling made the difference between the sides going into the half time break as it got them levelled on aggregate before Kai Havertz sealed the deal for the Blues by doubling the lead in the second half via penalty, as he put the ball away from the spot to make it two goals to nil at full time thereby ended the game two goals to one on aggregate.

Chelsea with the result of the night have now booked a spot in the last eight of the competition as they beat one of the most in-form sides in Europe's top five leagues before their trip to the Stamford Bridge where they won 11 straight competitive matches, with the Blues handing them their first loss of 2023 as well as held them scoreless for the first time in nearly 4 months.

After the game, UEFA reacted to this with a post via their verified Twitter handle with the caption indicating that Chelsea recorded a comeback victory by overturning their first leg deficit to advance to the next round of the competition.

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