Chelsea beat Madrid to set up an all English Champions League final

Chelsea beat Madrid to set up an all English Champions League final

By Kazeem Ugbodaga

Chelsea have beaten Real Madrid 2-0 to set up an all English Champions League final with Manchester City.

Chelsea and Madrid had played 1-1 in the first leg of Champions League semi-final in Madrid last week.

Madrid needed to score a win or a 2-2 score draw to go through but the home side scored the needed goals to sail into the final.

Chelsea qualified for the final on 3-1 aggregate.

Timo Werner scored the first goal of the match on 28 minutes.

Werner got to a rebound in the goal mouth and planted a header home.

On 85 minutes, Mason Mount scored the second goal for Chelsea

Christian Pulisic put the ball on a plate for Mason Mount who scored with a simple close-range finish to make it 2-0.