With two fatal goals … Chelsea and Seville qualify for the round of 16


The English club Chelsea won a fatal victory over French club Rennes, with two goals to one, Tuesday evening, in the fourth round of the fifth group of the European Champions League.

Chelseas victory took him to the round of 16 of the European competition, to accompany him, Sevilla, who beat two goals to one over Krasnodar, Russia, in the same group.

Hudson-Odoi scored Chelseas first goal in the match after 22 minutes, before Serho Gerasi equalized for Rain in the 85th minute.

Substitute Olivier Giroud scored the three points for Chelsea after scoring the second goal in the 90 + 3 minute, following a header follow-up from inside the penalty area, so that his ball struck the net.

In the other meeting, Ivan Rakitic scored the first goal for Seville after a shot from outside the penalty area in the fourth minute, before Wanderson equalized for the owners of the land in the 56th minute.

The 90 + 5 minute saw Seville’s second deadly goal through Mounir Al-Haddadi, to secure his team’s victory outside the ground and qualify it for the next round in Europe.

Chelsea sits at the top of the group with 10 points, equal to runner-up Sevilla, before the confrontation that will bring them together in the next round, which will be decisive for the top.

The balance of the representatives of Russia and France froze at one point each, to compete together to qualify for the European role during the fifth round confrontation.

Rin Formation: Gomis, Traore, Dasilva, Nyamsee, Trovert, Boreagoed, Nzunzi, Camavinga, Doku, Lia Siliki, Jurassic.

Chelsea Formation: Mindray, Uzbelquita, Zuma, Silva, Chilwell, Kovacic, Jorginho, Hudson-Odoi, Mount, Werner, Abraham.

The Krasnodar Formation: Gorodov, Smolenkov, Matinovich, Pantaliau, Ramirez, Jazinsky, Kabila, Olson, Clayson, Solimonov, Berg.

Seville formation: Valec, Conde, Godlich, Carlos, Escudero, Fernando, Rakitic, Oscar, the blacksmith, Ocamos, de Jong.


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