Real Madrid vs Chelsea FC: Result, Ratings and Quotes

Player ratings: Real Madrid vs Chelsea FC


Chelsea and Real Madrid played the Champions League quarter-final second leg on Tuesday evening.

Madrid, of course, entered the match at the Bernabeu as the clear favorite to advance after Karim Benzema’s brilliance in the reverse match that saw Real lose 3-1 that day.

And despite Chelsea’s best efforts, they were unable to reverse that deficit this week.

The confrontation started from one end to the other, but it was Chelsea who took the lead in the 14th minute when Mason Mount got a through pass from Timo Werner before he shot past Thibaut Courtois.

Chelsea then added their second goal of the day five minutes into the second half as Antonio Rudiger headed his header towards goal.

Chelsea thought they completed their historic comeback in the 74th minute when Timo Werner slipped before three players were seated and past Courtois.

However, some magic from Luka Modric brought Real Madrid back to the level after just six minutes.

Karim Benzema then advanced after five minutes of extra time to put Real Madrid ahead and win the tie.


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Real Madrid player ratings

Thibaut Courtois (6) – He should have performed better with Werner’s goal. He was a late composed character when needed.

Daniel Carvajal (4.5) – Poor tracking for Werner for Chelsea’s third night.

Nacho Fernandez (5.5) – He didn’t make many mistakes that night but allowed Chelsea with three goals.

David Alaba (4.5) – Pulled from position to opener mount.

Ferland Mendy (4) – struggled to deal with the threat of Loftus-Cheek and Reese James down the right of Chelsea.

Casemiro (3) – had a hard time picking up on Loftus-Cheek, who was constantly drifting into a central position from his role at right-back. Lucky not to miss a penalty for his trip to Havertz early in the second half. After 78 minutes.

Luka Modric (8) – The first half was quiet and he was wrong to score the second Chelsea goal, as Rudiger hit it easily on the ground. However, he then played a superb ball to Rodrygo late in normal time to get Real Madrid back to par and was the home team’s best player in extra time.

Toni Kroos (5) – Closed after 73 minutes after a largely ineffective display.

Federico Valverde (6) – He didn’t give much going forward but was good at tracking it down.

Karim Benzema (7) – The Frenchman’s threat was largely neutralized in the first 45, reduced to a long-range effort that almost caused Mendy a problem with a swerve. Header hit the crossbar in the 65th minute and then scored the decisive goal in 95 minutes.

Vinicius Jr (6.5) – He caused Chelsea to fall on his right hand due to his extreme speed. A good cross for Benzema.


Edouardo Camavinga (6) – a livelier presence than the likes of Kross and Casemiro.

Marcelo (5.5) – More efficient than Mendy when he came in and was key to finding Modric in preparation for his first Madrid game.

Rodrygo (6) – Excellent finish 80 minutes after the equalizer for Real Madrid.

Lucas Vazquez (5) – Made a few decent balls and tackles.

Dani Ceballos (NA) – Not on the field long enough.

Chelsea player ratings

Edouard Mendy (5.5) – He had nothing to do in the first half except for one punch. He couldn’t do much about Rodrygo’s goal and then misjudged Benzema’s win.

Reece James (6.5) – He had the unclear task of tackling Vinicius Jr at night, a task made all the more difficult when James received a yellow for a foul on the Brazilian in under 10 minutes.

James kept South America silent for long periods but did not follow through when he established Benzema.

Thiago Silva (6) – He did a good job and kept Benzema calm in the first 45. Rodrygo’s poor checking of his goal.

Antonio Rudiger (7) – He helped neutralize a Benzema threat in 90 minutes and was also instrumental going forward thanks to his aerial prowess – heading in for the second goal of the day. However, he slipped when trying to challenge Benzema when he scored the second goal for Real Madrid.

Marcos Alonso (5.5) – Sloppy possession early and Rodrygo didn’t track well for his goal. He is believed to have scored Chelsea’s third goal of the day, but the VAR has ruled him out.

N’Golo Kante (6) – A brighter start to this game than the first leg, Kante completed 34 of 39 passes in the first half on Tuesday – 16 more than he did in the first half of the reverse game. However, the Frenchman is exhausted as the match goes on and his pressure on Vinicius was weak in preparing for Benzema’s goal. After 100 minutes.

Mateo Kovacic (7.5) – He started the game well, going on to help Chelsea’s four-way defense and breaking the play with some key interceptions and tackles. He also provided the ball to the third Chelsea.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek (7) – He made a clever run into midfield, knocking David Alaba out of his position, to provide a pre-assist in Mount Mount’s opener. Vinicius could have tracked better for winning Real Madrid.

Mason Mount (8) – Weak in possession at the start of the game, but he scored the first goal with a great finishing touch and a curling game as he prepared Rudiger for the second.

Kai Havertz (6) – The pass was strong and he tried to press from the front. Very unlucky as he did not win a penalty kick for his team early in the 45th minute. He missed a huge opportunity late.

Timo Werner (8) – He assisted in the opening game for Jebel and then was incredibly composed to score the third goal for Chelsea. It took off after 83 minutes.


Christian Pulisic (3) – He had two chances in normal time but missed both.

Hakim Ziyech (3) – Created very little when brought in.

Saul Niguez (2) – Show very little when brought in. Poor Submarine by Tuchel.

Jorginho (3) – He pulled a long shot at the last minute when he should have at least tested the goalkeeper.

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# a team deputy W Dr The F a Dr s
1 Manchester 31 23 5 3 72 20 52 74
2 Liverpool FC 31 22 7 2 79 22 57 73
3 Chelsea Football Club 30 18 8 4 64 23 41 62
4 Tottenham Hotspur 31 18 3 10 56 37 19 57
5 Arsenal 30 17 3 10 45 36 9 54
6 West Ham United team 32 15th 6 11 51 42 9 51
7 Manchester United 31 14 9 8 49 42 7 51
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 32 15th 4 13 33 28 5 49
9 Leicester City 29 11 7 11 45 48 -3 40
10 Crystal Palace 31 8 13 10 43 40 3 37
11 Brighton and Hove Albion 31 8 13 10 28 37 -9 37
12 Aston Villa 31 11 3 17 42 46 -4 36
13 Brentford 32 10 6 16 39 48 -9 36
14 Southampton 31 8 12 11 37 52 -15th 36
15th Newcastle United 31 8 10 13 34 54 -20 34
16 Leeds United 32 8 9 15th 38 68 -30 33
17 Everton 30 8 4 18 33 52 -19 28
18 Burnley 30 4 12 14 25 44 -19 24
19 Watford 31 6 4 21 29 60 -31 22
20 Norwich City 31 5 6 20 20 63 -43 21

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