Chelsea take on Tottenham and make it to the final – 01/12/2022 at 22:50


Chelsea crunches Tottenham and goes to the final

Chelsea crunches Tottenham and goes to the final

Ultra-dominated in the semi-final first leg a week ago at Stamford Bridge, the Spurs did not really know how to raise the cursor to hope to turn the tide and lost 1-0. The doors of Wembley open to Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea.

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea

Goal: Rüdiger (18

and

)

CAN hasn’t given us enough 1-0s yet, so English football is giving us one on a plate. Defeated 2-0 in the first leg, Tottenham again suffered the law of a stronger, more coherent Chelsea. In short, stronger. Thomas Tuchel continues his 100% winning streak against Harry Kane’s teammates, and propels Chelsea to the League final again. The cut this time. Antonio Conte can tear out the few (real) hairs he has left on the rock, because his

Spurs

were not particularly transcendent in front of the 60,000 spectators at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. It’s beautiful life without gauge or mask in the spans…

Obviously Rüdiger

From the kick-off, the

Blues

made it clear to their evening opponent that we were going to start again on the same basis as seven days earlier. A controlled possession, with movement and a Malang Sarr aligned in the left lane. The former Niçois has space, and the

Spurs

supposed to be in his zone take a little time to understand that the Frenchman is really playing on the side and not in a three-man defense. Werner then Lukaku are at first dangerous, but it is from a defender that the opening will come. Mason Mount hits a good corner from the left and Pierluigi Gollini, surprise holder in place of Lloris, completely misses his exit. Which allows Antonio Rüdiger’s back to open the scoring

(0-1, 18

and

)

.

We have to wait half an hour to see the locals bothering Chelsea. Kane tangles his brushes a bit in the area but Højbjerg recovers and his shot grazes Kepa’s top corner (31

and

). Ten minutes later, this same Dane thinks of offering a penalty to Harry Kane, but Antonio Rüdiger is a master of the tackle and… Read the rest of the article on SoFoot.com

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