Real Madrid finished the game superbly as they completed what they started right from the first leg at the Spanish Capital.
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea side were a shadow of themselves as they let in two second half goals to their own dismay.
While Carlo Ancelotti and Brazil forward Rodrygo (goal scorer) would take all the accolade aftermath of this game as a Coach is good as his last game, the fairy tale says.
Here, Isagoal.com evaluates the statistical analysis as Chelsea lose 0-2 at home to Real Madrid.
Shots on target
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Both sides had an excellent game going forward as stated in the Statistics here.
Though a brace from Brazil talent Rodrygo may have given Real Madrid the 0-2 lead in the contest.
Chelsea also had their moments as well in the game though it may not have counted in the defeat they suffered against Real Madrid.
Shot Off Target
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The Blues were firing in the game as they had five attempts which were though wide off the target.
You could even imagine how the Real Madrid side only had three shots off target in the match with Chelsea doing the misses themselves in the attacking sense.
Chelsea had 5 shots off target as Real Madrid had two less in the match as Chelsea paid for this missed chances in the game at Stamford Bridge.
6 (Chelsea) (Real Madrid) 0
Chelsea had 6 blocked shots in the match as we witnessed the level of attacking precision Real Madrid brought to the game at large.
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Chelsea had more of the ball possession as they had 52% of it as compared to the 48% as the Real Madrid had from the game.
But it wasn’t a night of possession as Real Madrid played a smart game to capitalize on Chelsea weakness to seal the wining the contest.
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Chelsea had about the upper hand in the corner-kick stance as they hustled for the goal they needed in the match.
They ended up having about 8 corner-kicks as compared to 2 corner-kicks Real Madrid had here.
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The two teams shared the spoils amid the intensity of the tackles that ensued in the game.
While they all sought for the winning goal by all means as Real Madrid succeeded in having that at the end of the contest.
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Chelsea had twice the number of fouls defending Champions Real Madrid had in the contest.
The Blues were in dire need of an answer in terms of goals amid progressing to the next stage of the competition.
And it was obvious as Chelsea committed a couple of fouls in the quest to achieve their dreams.
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Both sides endured a frenetic 90 minutes contest and we could see how the match produced a whooping sum of throw-ins in the encounter.
Chelsea managed 16 throw-in where as the visiting Real Madrid side had about 23 throw-ins of their own.
That’s a proof of their attacking accuracy in the game as Vinicius Junior set up his Brazil teammate Rodrygo to open the scoring in the tie.
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Chelsea was largely the second best side in the match as they forced a couple of yellow card on themselves.
It’s no surprise as to how they got more booking than Real Madrid in the game.
They had 16 fouls as compared to Real Madrid’s 8 fouls and so it’s clear as to why they had 3 yellow card to Real Madrid only one booking in this UEFA Champions League return leg tie.
This article was updated 3 months ago