Superb individual goals from English pair Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell gave Chelsea a 2-0 win away to FC Porto in their Uefa Champions League quarter-final first-leg on Wednesday in Seville as the Stamford Bridge outfit made the most of their few chances.
The Londoners made the trip to the city of Carmen and the home of Flamenco for the away leg of their quarter-final tie, and secured a 2-0 triumph thanks to goals from Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell.
The game was not straightforward despite the score-line, and the west London giants had to work hard for the victory with only three shots on target throughout the games at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium last night.
And despite only three shots on target, Thomas Tuchel’s side utilizing the chance, in which Mount opened the scoring for the Blues in the 32nd minute of the contest. He took control of Jorginho pass with a terrific turn to outwit Chancel Mbemba.
The England international thereafter unleashed a first-time shot for the bottom left corner which beat the diving goalkeeper.
The Blues doubled their advantage five minutes from time with Ben Chilwell pouncing on a defensive mistake from Jesus Corona.
The left wing-back showed good composure as he rounded the shot-stopper before tapping into an empty net with his weaker right foot.
The victory has given the Blues a significant advantage ahead of the home- leg, at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium next week.