Chelsea and Real Madrid draw after tough match


Karim Benzema saved Real Madrid however Christian Pulisic's away goal gives Chelsea the benefit after their Champions League semi-last first leg finished 1-1 at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano. 

Zinedine Zidane's side were liable of a drowsy beginning in Valdebebas and, in spite of the fact that they figured out how to reestablish equality, seldom did Los Blancos look prone to take a success to Stamford Bridge. 

Chelsea were acceptable incentive for their fourteenth moment lead as Pulisic added the completion to fine individual work, however Benzema – apparently Madrid's just undermining major part in the match – got to draw level with Raul as the joint-fourth driving scorer in the Champions League with 71. 

An altogether cagier second time frame followed and Madrid were even to a lesser degree a peril to Edouard Mendy's objective, while Chelsea to a great extent appeared to be substance to make due with their away-objective benefit. 

Madrid appeared to be in for a taxing night in the midst of a rough beginning that nearly saw them fall behind after only 10 minutes, as Timo Werner mysteriously took shots directly at Thibaut Courtois from short proximity. 

The guests didn't need to stand by any longer for one more opportunity, notwithstanding, and Pulisic exploited as he hustled on to Antonio Rudiger's long pass, coolly sidestepped Courtois and afterward shot between two protectors on the line. 

However, a couple of seconds in the wake of hitting the post from distance, Benzema brought Madrid level in the 29th moment with an earnest volley about six yards from objective after an exquisite first touch with his head. 

The rhythm of the match changed extensively in the subsequent period, in any case, with neither side a very remarkable danger to the contradicting objective. 

A triple change by Chelsea simply past the hour appeared to expand their authority over Madrid, who themselves welcomed on previous Stamford Bridge most loved Eden Hazard. 

The last possibility tumbled to Madrid in the 89th moment yet Varane's redirected header went simply wide, which means Zidane's men should score in London one week from now.

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