A dominant Chelsea outclasses Atletico Madrid in both legs as Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea tactics left Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid looking like an average team. Thomas Tuchel once again came on top over his colleague, Diego Simeone as the Atletico Madrid looks outclass and embarrassed by Thomas Tuchel's superior tactics.
Atletico Madrid lost twice against Chelsea in a home and away fixture as they the Blues won 3-0 on aggregate.
A struggling, Hakim Ziyech scored his second goal for Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League when he finishes off a wonderful effort from Kai Havertz and Timo Werner.
Emerson Palmeri finally wraps up the final when he was assisted by Christian Pulsiic late in the game.
Thomas Tuchel has gotten Chelsea into the quarterfinals where they will face any of the Manchester City, Liverpool, Porto, Dortmund, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and PSG.
There'll be no seedings or country protection in the UCL 2020-21 quarter-final draw, which means any team can go up against any one of the remaining seven.
The date for the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals matches will be played on April 6 and 7 for the first leg and the second leg on April 13 and 14.
However, Thomas Tuchel will not be playing UEFA Champions League soon till April and they won't be involved in the weekend's Premier League action due to their involvement in the Emirates FA Cup.
Chelsea will host Sheffield United on Sunday 21st March at 1:30 PM for the Quarterfinals of the FA Cup. Please don't miss that match.
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