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UEFA Champions League: Chelsea F.C. vs Real Madrid F.C. | 13 April, 3 AM (PST)

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G | Kepa Arrizabalaga 

CB | Thiago Silva, Kurt Zouma 

L FB | Ben Chilwell 

R FB | Cesar Azpilicueta 

C MF | N’Golo Kanté, Mateo Kovacic 

A MF | Kai Havertz 

LW | Christian Pulisic 

RW | Hakin Ziyech 

S | Timo Werner 



G | Thibaut Courtois 

CB | David Alaba, Eder Militao 

L FB | Ferland Mendy 

R FB | Dani Carvajal 

C MF | Casemiro 

A MF | Toni Kroos, Luka Modric  

W | Vinicius Junior, Marco Asensio 

S| Karim Benzema  


Hailing all the way from West London, Chelsea F.C. sets out to keep the dream alive and retain their Champions League crown as they head towards a quarterfinal showdown against Real Madrid, 3 AM (PST) in the Spanish capital of Madrid. Can the Blue team stage another comeback to retain the European crown, or will Real Madrid snatch a back-to-back win from the team? Here’s what to look out for at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid this April 13, 2022.  


The second leg of the quarterfinal between Chelsea and Real Madrid begins this 13th. For Real Madrid, the first leg at Stamford Bridge had Karim Benzema secure a 3-1 aggregate lead. Having sat out the first leg, players Eden Hazard, Isco, and Luka Jovic are expected to do so again this 13th. However, looking at the glass half full, players Ferland Mendy, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, and Dani Carvajal are set in the line-up to face the Blues in this game.  


Alternatively, having scored a 0-6 win against an uninspired Southampton, Chelsea has resparked the fire and proven to their opponents that they are not to be taken lightly. With an offensive-minded approach and the added advantage of a missing Militao in Real’s lineup, the Blues just have to focus on going for the goals this 13th at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. That is unless, of course, they bump heads on the break against Benzema’s prolific playmaking/finishing and Vincicius Junior’s intelligent playstyle. With that in mind, it's looking like a potential 2-2 for Real Madrid vs. Chelsea for the 2nd leg, making it 5-3 on aggregate.  


3 AM (PST), Wednesday, April 13, 2022. Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain.  

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