Kai Havertz – 8/10 
Could have gone one better over his brace he scored against Fulham in the Premier League, but the Stamford Bridge woodwork was not playing ball with him tonight. He was so unfortunate not to open the scoring with a delicious chip that his German counterpart converted, and Thibaut Courtois was well beaten by his header off the upright just minutes into the second half. Even still, he was in top gear tonight.
Chelsea booked their place in the Champions League final with an historic 2-0 (3-1 agg.) win over Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.
The rampant Blues were excellent value for the win, playing the visitors off the pitch all game. That the win was only by a two goal margin is remarkable, as the home side enjoyed a plethora of chances on the big occasion.
The first came via Timo Werner, who held his nerve to head home in the 28th minute after his German teammate Kai Havertz had dinked a delightful effort off the crossbar.
Former Leverkusen man Havertz, Mason Mount and N’Golo Kanté all had a number of bites of the cherry at making the tie comfortable, but a combination of stubborn woodwork and an inspired Thibaut Courtois meant that cushion was not to come to fruition until the 84th minute.
As with the first goal, Kanté won the ball high up the field, sliding the ball through to substitute Christian Pulisic. The American stayed composed to find Mount in the centre, even when the chance looked gone. The Englishman ate it up, prodding home to seal the tie.