Following an enthralling and rain-soaked first leg in the Spanish capital, Chelsea prepare to welcome Real Madrid to Stamford Bridge for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final battle on Wednesday night.
The tie is delicately poised following a 1-1 draw at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano last week, during which Christian Pulisic’s opener was cancelled out by an equally impressive Karim Benzema finish.
Both European powerhouses enjoyed 2-0 victories in league action at the weekend, as Chelsea overcame Fulham while Los Blancos comfortably swept aside Osasuna
Sergio Ramos seems to be the hardest struggle for the blues attacker to have their way to the goal net and Thomas Tuchel has revealed how to deal with that
Thomas Tuchel on dealing with Sergio Ramos to knock out Read Madrid said:
“If we play with no striker at all and Ramos has nothing to fight then that can also be a solution. I have not made my mind up yet.”