Anatomy of a Goal: Sarah Zadrazil’s crossbar-clipping wonderstrike vs Chelsea

A full breakdown of Sarah Zadrazil’s wonderstrike for Bayern Munich against Chelsea in the Women’s Champions League.

 

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Thomas Tuchel: Chelsea ‘will arrive in Istanbul to win’ Champions League

  • Chelsea to face Manchester City in all-English final
  • ‘The job is not done yet. We are in two finals now’

Thomas Tuchel said Chelsea are confident of beating Manchester City after they set up an all-English Champions League final with an accomplished 3-1 aggregate victory against Real Madrid.

Chelsea, who could end the season with two trophies, are one game from European glory after goals from Timo Werner and Mason Mount saw off Madrid at Stamford Bridge. They dominated both legs against the Spanish champions and Tuchel feels his side will take belief from winning their FA Cup semi-final against City last month when they resume hostilities with Pep Guardiola’s team in Istanbul on 29 May.

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The Chelsea midfielder set his team up for victory but Kai Havertz in particular almost let Real Madrid off the hook

How do you kill that which cannot be killed? How do you stop the white-shirted spectre from rising once again as a Champions League semi-final reaches its decisive final moments? Just a thought. But sticking the ball in the net might be a start.

On a glorious, occasionally excruciating night at Stamford Bridge Chelsea simply ran right through Real Madrid, with N’Golo Kanté a commanding, decisive presence. Frankly they should have won this game 6-0. Madrid looked gone after 20 minutes, an ageless team grown old, unable to cope with Chelsea’s power and spring.

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Madrid owned the opening 10 minutes – then were harried into the ground by Chelsea

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