Thomas: Chelsea know they can beat Man City in Champions League final

Chelsea delay Man Metropolis title celebrations with victory at Etihad; Metropolis nonetheless require three factors for third Premier League title in 4 years; Pep Guardiola left to rue Sergio Aguero’s missed Panenka spot-kick and second-half resolution to not award penalty for problem on Raheem Sterling.

Thomas Tuchel says Chelsea will go into the Champions League remaining realizing they’ll beat Manchester Metropolis once more after delaying their title coronation with a dramatic 2-1 victory on the Etihad on Saturday. Metropolis may have confirmed themselves as Premier League champions for the third time in 4 seasons had they crushed Chelsea however as an alternative had been left requiring three extra factors to clinch the title as Tuchel laid down one other marker in opposition to Pep Guardiola’s aspect.

Having ended Metropolis‘s Quadruple hopes within the FA Cup semi-finals, Chelsea and Tuchel equipped for his or her Champions League remaining showdown with Metropolis with an exciting victory in Manchester, as Hakim Ziyech and Marcos Alonso’s stoppage-time winner accomplished a spirited second-half comeback after Raheem Sterling had opened the scoring.

Metropolis may have had two arms on the title had Sergio Aguero doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time however his failed Panenka penalty was saved by Edouard Mendy and Chelsea took full benefit of their reprieve, a lot to the delight of Tuchel.

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“What a efficiency within the second half,” the Chelsea boss informed Sky Sports. “It was roughly equal within the first half, however we nearly gave the sport away within the final 5 minutes. In the event that they scored the penalty, possibly the sport would have been over earlier than it actually began. If it went to 2-0, possibly we would not have had an opportunity to come back again.

“It was very onerous, we had been 1-Zero down and had an injured participant, I am completely impressed by the efficiency and response within the second half and we deserved to win the second half. “If you wish to steal all three factors on the Etihad on this state of affairs, in fact you want a little bit of luck, momentum, and selections from the referee. However we had many possibilities within the second half, so a giant, massive congratulations to the gamers.

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