Real Madrid

form

All
ATM 1 - 2 RMA
W
RMA 2 - 0 RBL
W
RMA 4 - 1 MLL
W
CEL 0 - 3 RMA
W
RMA 2 - 1 BET
W
ESP 1 - 3 RMA
W
CEL 1 - 4 RMA
W
ALM 1 - 2 RMA
W
RMA 2 - 0 SGE
W
RMA 2 - 0 JUV
W
Chelsea

form

All
CRY 1 - 2 CHE
W
CHE 1 - 1 RBS
D
DIN 1 - 0 CHE
L
CHE 2 - 1 WHU
W
SOU 2 - 1 CHE
L
CHE 2 - 1 LEI
W
LEE 3 - 0 CHE
L
CHE 2 - 2 TOT
D
EVE 0 - 1 CHE
W
CHE 2 - 1 AME
W
Head to Head
7 Matches (1 Draws)
3 Total wins 3
2 Home wins 1
1 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
1 Draw
2 Wins
RMA 2 - 3 CHE
CHE 1 - 3 RMA
CHE 2 - 0 RMA
RMA 1 - 1 CHE
RMA 3 - 2 CHE
9 Goals Scored 9
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Real Madrid’s 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge was their first victory against Chelsea in European competition, having drawn two and lost three of their first five such meetings. The last side to win both legs against Chelsea in a UEFA Champions League knockout tie was Bayern Munich in the Round of 16 in 2019-20.
  2. This will be Chelsea’s first ever game at the Santiago Bernabeu in European competition, with last season’s away game at Real Madrid being played at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium. No English side has ever won at the Santiago Bernabeu in the UEFA Champions League by more than a single goal, with Real Madrid only losing three of the 12 games overall (W6 D3).
  3. Real Madrid have progressed from nine of their previous 10 ties in the UEFA Champions League knockout stages when winning the first leg away from home, with their only elimination in this scenario coming against Ajax in 2018-19 (2-1 away, 1-4 at home).
  4. Chelsea trail by two goals from the first leg at Stamford Bridge, while they will have to equal their biggest margin of victory away from home in the UEFA Champions League knockout stages to enforce extra time (won by two goals on three occasions). They have only scored more than two goals away from home in the knockout stages of the competition once previously, beating Liverpool 3-1 in 2008-09.
  5. In Thomas Tuchel’s 16 games in charge of Chelsea in the competition, 40% of the goals that they have conceded in the UEFA Champions League (4/10) have been scored by Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema. Despite only having played one leg, this is already the most goals Chelsea have conceded in a knockout tie in the competition under Tuchel (3).
  6. Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is looking to qualify for the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League for the eighth time in his career; the joint-most by a coach in the competition’s history, along with Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho (eight times).
  7. Karim Benzema has scored 11 goals for Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League this season, already the most by a French player in a single campaign in European Cup/UEFA Champions League history. His 11 goals this season is as many as he had scored in the previous two editions of the tournament combined (six in 2020-21 and five in 2019-20).
  8. No Chelsea player has been directly involved in more UEFA Champions League goals under Thomas Tuchel than Christian Pulisic (6 – three goals, three assists), while the American also scored the Blues’ only goal away to Real Madrid in last season’s semi-final.
  9. Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema (1) and Vinícius Júnior (4) have assisted each other a combined five times in the UEFA Champions League this season; the most of any teammate duo. Indeed, Vinícius Júnior’s four assists for Benzema is also the most from one player to another in 2021-22.
  10. Chelsea goalkeeper Édouard Mendy conceded three goals in the first leg against Real Madrid, as many as he had in his previous 10 appearances in the UEFA Champions League combined. His error leading to Real Madrid’s third goal was also the first one he has made in 20 appearances in the competition.
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