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Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole and Steve McMaanman, three of BT Sport analysts. Complain for Chelsea exit from the Champions League despite their excellent form in the second leg at Real. Real Madrid will have to shake their skulls about their lack of focus on play defensively. Including the old karma when losing at Stamford Bridge 1-3.

Head coach Thomas Tuchel ‘s team were in great form against Madrid at the Bernabeu three goals before. But the lack of concentration was beaten 3-1. Resulting in a 4-4 aggregate goal in two games. Extra time game and was hit by a crash. A defense game UFABET until the loss of another tablet Towards the end 4-5. 

That made Ferdinand slapped his face and leg hurt instead of ‘ Sing the Blues ‘. Because of his efforts to create a memorable return on the CHP stage. 

But became a dead hero at the end.  

“ Chelsea will be in a lot of pain – utterly devastated when the results turn out like that. ” The 2008 former European champions said.

Cole , a Chelsea alumnus , sympathizes with the younger generation. Because he did very well for 90 minutes dominating the game putting pressure on the Spanish La Liga powers.  

“ Chelsea should have kicked his own skull. They deserved to win the game. I know that feeling very well too. ” 

“ When you’re on the side that plays better but gets knocked out in the knockout stage. So Sunday ‘s FA Cup semi-final game ( against Crystal Palace ) is even more important now. “

“’ Blues ‘ thrashing against opponents , pressing was good but Rio was right . There were subtleties in the game , tactical mistakes , Vinicius Jr. creating chances to win it was insane. ” 

Lastly, Madrid alumnus Macca said Chelsea missed their first 45 minutes 0-2 because of the worst performance in Tuchel’s era .

” Using the old karma from the worst 45 minutes in Tuchel’s era in the first half before the match. ” 

Chelsea’s performance at the Santiago Bernabeu has many interesting tidbits, with Mason Mount coming in as only the third Englishman to net as an away team after Alan Smith. Thor in 2001 and Danny Welbeck in 2013  .