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Men’s Champion’s League Finals: Chelsea vs. Manchester City

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The final for the Champion’s League is ready between Manchester City and Chelsea. Manchester City was able to defeat PSG and advance to make it to the next phase while Chelsea defeated Real Madrid 2-0 for a (3-1) aggregate score. We will see how both teams prepare for their match which is scheduled for May 29, 2021 in Instanbul, Turkey per UEFA and CBSsports.

Based on statistics from the Manchester City UEFA.com Site, Manchester City has won 11 of the 12 games played in tournament play. They have zero losses and 1 tie. They have an average of 2.09 goals scored per game in Champion’s play. They also have a rigorous defense that has only received 16 yellow cards and no red cards. Total distance covered is 1319 km.

To contrast Manchester City, Chelsea won 8 of the 12 matches, lost 1 match, and had 3 draws. The have an average of 1.8 goals scored per game in the Champion’s. The have 19 yellow cards and 0 red cards. Total distance covered is 1307.4 km.

We are able to see two teams very well organized defensively that have not given any red cards. Manchester City has won the last five consecutive games while Chelsea won against Real Madrid but had a tie with Real Madrid in the previous match. Both teams have excellent stats defensively and offensively with a promising match.


Chelsea vs. Real Madrid (2-0) Champion’s League Play 05/05/2021

(English)

Champion’s League on CBSsports

(Spanish)

TUDN Sports
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