Chelsea beats Porto to arrive at their first Champions League semi-last since 2014, as indicated by reports. A late panic in Seville is brought about by Mehdi Taremi's splendid overhead kick. Genuine Madrid or Liverpool will confront Chelsea.
Chelsea made it to the Champions League semi-finals without precedent for a very long time, confronting a late alarm from Mehdi Taremi's superb overhead kick in a 1-0 misfortune to Porto. Chelsea progressed 2-1 on the total.
Porto was forceful in the principal half, yet needed consistency in the last third, as neither one of the sides dealt with a shot on objective until the 66th moment when Edouard Mendy saved and kept a helpless header by substitute Taremi.
Chelsea was canny and proficient in their home leg, keeping Porto under control until the last moment of stoppage time when Taremi made an amazing gymnastic overhead kick.
Chelsea will currently confront either Liverpool or Real Madrid (Agg: 1-3) in the semi-finals on April 27/28 and May 4/5, individually. In the main half, Chelsea looked more like an away group than a host group, keeping firm when endeavoring to separate Porto's activity.
Porto, who had kept five clean sheets in their six gathering games, required another here to stay in conflict, and despite the fact that Chelsea had the ball for the initial 45 minutes, neither one of the sides dealt with a shot on track.
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