A simple statistic best illustrates the magnitude of the challenge facing Chelsea, who must reverse a 2-1 away loss by Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final second leg on Sunday. Semifinalists have only made it to the final twice in the competition’s 20-year history, and no one has done so in the last 11 years.
— Ian Herbert (@ianherbs) April 26, 2021
Turbine Potsdam lost 1-0 to Duisburg in 2010 before winning 1-0 and advancing to the final in a shootout. Frankfurt had lost 1-0 at home to Montpellier five years before but had advanced 3-2 in France to advance on away goals.
Chelsea will become just the second English team to reach the final, following Arsenal’s victory in 2007, but they must first overcome the colossal semi-final pattern. They should take solace in the fact that they are the team that has come closest in recent years, with a 1-1 draw in the second leg at Kingsmeadow not quite enough to save them from a 2-1 away loss by eventual champions Lyon in 2019.
People consider Emaaz’s team worthy of a return
Many people believe Emma Hayes’ team and the streak they’ve been on are worthy of making a comeback. “The facts are that we are losing the game and that we must score a goal; that is what I know must happen,” Hayes said. “We will need to make it impossible for them to score an away goal. We didn’t play badly last week; we just didn’t finish well and gave up two sloppy goals, so all we have to do now is keep doing what got us here and depend on our collective experience in the entire world.
We have a lot of talent in our ranks, and I’m excited to see how we perform.” Hayes understands what it takes to win this contest. When Arsenal won the quadruple, she was a member of Vic Akers’ coaching staff. She described those as “very happy memories.” “Incredible squad, incredible boss, incredible experience, incredible camaraderie.”
Chelsea’s problems against Bayern Munich
Chelsea’s biggest problems are that they have yet to fill the void left by Maren Mjelde’s injury and that centre-back and captain Magda Eriksson could miss the game due to a calf problem. Sophie Ingle, a Wales international, could return to the backline as a result of this.
Bayern Munich and Chelsea are aiming for the Women’s Champions League final for the first time Chelsea suffered a close defeat to Bayern Munich in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League. The “Blues” will host the German team in the return match on Sunday at 12:30 BST.
Team manager Emma Hayes said Chelsea could reach their first Champions League final If it works better on the third day of the attack against Bayern Munich.
History of last year’s games
Bayern will win the semi-final return leg at Kingsmeadow Stadium outside London after shutting down three Chelsea strikers, Fran Kirby, Pernil Harder and Sam Kerr. Chelsea before the season after paying what the German club said: The record transfer fee for women’s soccer is $ 355,000, with Harder hiring the Danish captain from Wolfsburg.
Arsenal won the tournament 14 years ago But no other English team has reached the final. Barcelona and PSG already runners-up – Twice French club and once Spanish team – But neither Chelsea nor Bayern have reached the Champions League semi-final. Paris Saint-Germain broke the record of seven Lyon champions in the quarter-finals And finished as the sixth consecutive champion.
The final will be held on the 16th of May in Gothenburg, Sweden