Watch: Antonio Rudiger drags Chelsea level against Real Madrid

Chelsea tied the Champions League quarter-finals real madrid In total, courtesy of Antonio Rudiger header.

The Blues started the game well and took the lead 15 minutes later through Mason Mount, finishing off with a Timo Werner touch. Thomas Tuchel continued his attack and enjoyed the best of the first half.

The Santiago Bernabeu was turbulent in the first half and Chelsea increased their nerves with a good start in the second half. Just six minutes into the first half, Antonio Rudiger climbed high from a corner kick to slot into the net and put Chelsea 2-0 ahead last night.

There was some controversy over the goal, with some saying there was no deviation for Real Madrid from the shot that led to the corner kick. However, Real Madrid had some of his fortune, disallowing Marcos Alonso’s goal after a light touch on his arm.

The match is in good shape, with a tie level of 3-3 on aggregate.