Chelsea are set up UEFA Champions League final with Manchester City after beating Real Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.
The Blues head into the game in driving seat by secured important away-goal after ending the first-leg in Spain in 1-1 draw, leaving Real Madrid to chase the game.
And while the Spanish champions dominated possession, it was the Blues who looked a bigger threat going forward on the counter.
In 17th minutes of the game, Thomas Tuchel’s men broken the deadlock through Timo Werner but his superb finish was disallowed due to offside.
Mason Mount delivered a brilliant pass to Chilwell, the Englishman then delivered excellent cross to Timo Werner, who has tapping the ball in the net but it is ruled out for being offside.
Edouard Mendy, who produced brilliant save in Chelsea’s several occasions this term, was once again produced stunning save to denied Karim Benzema at the other end in the early exchanges.
In 28th of the game, the Blues broke through as Timo Werner nodded home into an empty goal after Kai Havertz’s initial effort had bounced off the woodwork.
Towards the end of half-time Edouard Mendy delivered another save to denied Karim Benzema, as the Blues in the driving seat ahead of second-half.
The second half followed pretty much a similar pattern with Thomas Tuchel’s men threatening on the break.
Kai Havertz, who involved in Blues’ first goal by hit woodwork before converted by his compatriot Timo Werner, opened the second half by heading onto the bar, with only the woodwork saving the well-beaten Courtois.
In 58th minutes of the game, Kai Havertz had Blues’ best chance yet to cement control, and he cantered through on goal, but Courtois saved well with his legs as the in-form German tried to roll the ball past the big Belgian stopper.
In 64th minutes, Timo Werner sent N’Golo Kante in on goal as Chelsea’s chances stacked up, but Courtois rescued Real again as the Blues’ tireless midfielder could only drive into the outstretched Madrid man’s legs.
Finally, Mount was able to put the game to bed in the 86th minute after some fine work from Kante and substitute Christian Pulisic, sending Chelsea through to the finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2012.