Both teams still have a great chance to qualify for the final round. Chelsea only need a 0-0 draw to qualify, Real Madrid won 1-0 so the guarantee.
Chelsea seeded in the second leg. The Blues continue to heat at home, Stamford Bridge faces a Spanish team.
In European competition, Chelsea quite often face Spanish representatives. The UEFA website noted that there were 45 matches played by the West London team against a team from Matador Country.
As a result, Chelsea was able to record 18 wins, 17 draws and 10 defeats. Specifically against the Spanish team at home, Chelsea won 10, drew 7 and lost 3.
Reporting from Brand, Real Madrid certainly wouldn’t just give up. Los Blancos have a strong mental strength and several players who can be ammunition. One of them is Eden Hazard.
Eden Hazard (AP / Bernat Armangue)
Eden Hazard appears to have recovered from his injury. In the first leg, Hazard was able to play even though only about 25 minutes on the field and couldn’t do much.
But last week, Hazard was able to appear from the early minutes when Real Madrid hosted Osasuna. Hazard played for 72 minutes and performed quite nicely.
Hazard was able to record 82 percent of successful passes and two shots on goal. Hazard was later replaced by Isco.
Eden Hazard has performed well against Osasuna (Getty Images / Denis Doyle)
Eden Hazard who is a former Chelsea player, knows very well the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge. So if, Hazard could be a nightmare for the London club?