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UCL: Chelsea vs FC Porto

Chelsea vs FC Porto

Having suffered a defeat with a 2-goal gap without being eliminated at home in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, FC Porto has almost offered a semi-final ticket to rival Chelsea. Debts lost in the group stage of the Champions League season 2015/16 will add more pile. The Portuguese representative will do all the best in the second leg to save some face. It is also possible that the next 90 minutes will be the last time 38-year-old midfielder Pepe will be seen standing in the defense of FC Porto in Europe's highest arena.

Chelsea vs FC Porto

Chelsea - UEFA Champions League 

Mason Mount midfielder's outstanding performance with an opening goal in the first leg helped Chelsea put a foot in the semi-finals, thereby bringing hope to win the UEFA Champions League for the second time in history. The only disadvantage that the London team has to suffer is the fact that they just experienced a losing match against Crystal Palace in the Premier League over the weekend.

It is possible that coach Thomas Tuchel will choose the most reliable match in the second leg. Although there are 2 separate goals, there will not be any subjectivity with the team nicknamed the Blues, especially when they are still playing at Stamford Bridge and main striker Timo Werner is still thirsty. longing to score.

FC Porto - UEFA Champions League

FC Porto has just regained some confidence after losing in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, when the Dragao home team vented their anger into the net of the 12th-ranked CD Tondela team with 2 goals not removed in the domestic league. The return leg with Chelsea next, the Portuguese representative will face a lot of disadvantages.

Not only playing away, coach Sergio Conceicao and his students also suffered heavy losses, with goalkeeper Diogo Costa sick, while Martinez Toni and Mouhamed Mbaye's ability to play is still open. Although the opportunity is very fragile, but FC Porto still has to try its best. Not only by honor, it could be the last present to veteran midfielder Pepe.