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Chelsea Wins European Super Cup Vs Villarreal in Overtime

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Chelsea Wins European Super Cup

Chelsea Wins European Super Cup : Chelsea vs Villarreal in the European Super Cup continues until extra time. Both teams drew 1-1 in normal time.

Chelsea vs Villarreal took place at Windsor Park, Thursday (12/8/2021) early morning WIB. Chelsea came with the status of champions of the Champions League and Villarreal were champions of the Europa League.

The Blues threatened through Timo Werner’s shot in the fourth minute, which Sergio Asenjo could still deny.

Thomas Tuchel’s team played very aggressively at the beginning of the match. The second threat came from N’Golo Kante in the ninth minute, but his shot from outside the penalty box was still slightly wide of the Villarreal goal.

Until the game runs for 20 minutes, Villarreal is still having trouble spreading threats to the Chelsea goal. Unai Emery’s team is more busy being considered a Chelsea attack.

Chelsea can finally open a 1-0 advantage in the 27th minute. Hakim Ziyech successfully broke Asenjo’s goal after grabbing Kai Havertz’s cross.

Emery looked very upset with the goal. From replays, Ziyech is indeed separated from the monitoring line of Villarreal defenders.

Villarreal got a golden opportunity in the 32nd minute. Yeremi Pino’s shot from Gerard Moreno’s pass failed to produce a goal after being countered by Edouard Mendy.

Two minutes it was Marcos Alonso’s turn to threaten Villarreal. The Spaniard managed to find a cross and direct the ball to the near post, but Asenjo quickly saved the net.

Ziyech received treatment in the 40th minute after experiencing the experience. The former Ajax Amsterdam could not continue the match and was supported by Christian Pulisic.

Villarreal actively pressed at the end of the first half. There was an Alberto Moreno shot that hit the Chelsea crossbar. Not long after, the referee whistled for halftime.

Villarreal immediately took the initiative to attack early in the second half. Gerard Moreno’s shot in the 51st minute hit the Chelsea goal post.

Another Villarreal threat came in the 67th minute. Pervis Estupinan from a tight angle opened fire, but the ball was pushed over by Mendy.

Villarreal deadlock broke in the 73rd minute. Welcoming Boulaye Dia’s bait, Gerard Moreno managed to tear Mendy’s goal to change the score to 1-1.

Chelsea trying to find a goal in return. Mason Mount fired home in the 75th minute, but his shot was parried by Asenjo.

Marcos Alonso’s turn to threaten Villarreal. His header in the 85th minute was still too weak to lack Asenjo.

There were no additional goals until normal time was over. The duel must continue to an additional 2×15 minutes.


Chelsea: Mendy; Zouma, Chalobah, Rudiger; Hudson-Odoi Kovacic, Kante (Jorginho 65′), Alonso; Ziyech (Pulisic 43′), Havertz, Werner (Mount 65′).

Villarreal: Asenjo; Foyth, Albiol, Pau Torres, Pedraza; Trigueros, Capoue, Moreno; Pino, Dia, G. Moreno.