Chelsea power past Real Madrid to set up all-English Champions League final

The fear had nagged for Chelsea during the first half and it would harden after the interval. Just how many chances did they need? And, more to the point, would they live to regret their profligacy?

Thomas Tuchel’s team had enjoyed the better of the first leg but this was on another level. They tore into Real Madrid and the opportunities that they created to add to Timo Werner’s goal midway through the first half were of the gilt-edged variety.

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