Dramatic Goal Batshuayi, Chelsea Mute Atletico Madrid

Dramatic Goal Batshuayi, Chelsea Mute Atletico Madrid

Chelsea got up and overcome host resistance Atletico Madrid with a 2-1 victory at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Thursday (28/09/2017) early morning hrs. The Blues had left 0-1, but able to reverse the situation Agen Judi.

This victory makes Chelsea firmly on top of Group C Champions League. Antonio Conte’s landing team is collecting six points from two games that have been acted.

Meanwhile, Los Cochoneros are now third in Group C, under AS Roma. Atletico Madrid have just one point after once lost and once a draw in the Champions League so far this season.

Diego Simeone’s side went ahead in the 40th minute thanks to Antoine Griezmann’s goal from the penalty spot. Atletico Madrid won a penalty after David Luiz violated Lucas Hernandez in the forbidden box.

Griezmann quietly completed his duties as executor of deceiving Thibaut Courtois. The home advantage over Chelsea lasted until halftime.

In the second half, Eden Hazard and his friends played more offensively to catch up in the first half. Chelsea’s new equalizer goal was born in the 59th minute.

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Alvaro Morata welcomes a Hazard cross with a horn that breaks through Jan Oblak’s goal. These goals motivate the Blues to continue to launch attacks.

After the game is believed to end in a draw, Chelsea are surprisingly able to steal another goal in the 90th minute +4. It was Mitchy Batshuayi who listed his name on the scoreboard to bring his team to bring home three points.

Mitchy Batshuayi utilizes the ball from Marcos Alonso’s pass. The score changed to 2-1 for Chelsea’s lead and lasted until the referee blew the long whistle of the match.

Composition of players:

Atletico Madrid: Jan Oblak; Juanfran, Lucas Hernandez, Diego Godin, Filipe Luiz; Saul Niguez, Thomas (Jose Gimenez 77 ‘), Yannick Ferreira (Fernando Torres 69’), Koke; Antoine Griezmann, Angel Correa (Nicolas Gaitan 70 ‘)

Chelsea: Thibaut Courtois; Gary Cahill, David Luiz, Cesar Azpilicueta; Marcos Alonso, Tiemoue Bakayoko, N’Golo Kante, Victor Moses; Cecs Fabregas (Andreas Christensen 86 ‘), Eden Hazard (Willian 82), Alvaro Morata (Mitchy Batshuayi 82’)

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