Manchester City vs Chelsea ‒ UEFA Champions League final

May 29, 2021

By: Sanya Singh

The final game of the UEFA Champions League...

...is all set to be held in Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal on Sunday 12:30 a.m., India time.

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Manchester City established a lead in their group...

...over Porto, Marseille and Olympiacos. The one goal they conceded in their opener against Porto was the only goal they conceded in the entire group stage. Chelsea’s route to Porto has been far bumpier than their rival.

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Chelsea is vulnerable...

...due to fitness worries surrounding goalkeeper Edouard Mendy and midfielder N'Golo Kante. Both have been crucial in Chelsea's run to the final and Kante's availability, in particular, is integral to their win.

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N'golo Kante

Can make or break the game for Chelsea. His skill is something that can tip the balance of the midfield towards any team he plays for.

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Antonio Rüdiger

How his game plays out will define how the Chelsea defence pans out. If he maintains his form like he has so far, Chelsea is safe at the back.

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Mason Mount...

...has been Chelsea’s best player this season and bagged a vital goal in the semi-final against Real Madrid.

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Ruben Dias

His defending work rate and expertise are the reasons for the City’s strong defence. If he continues to not put a foot wrong, Chelsea will have trouble even getting the ball into the box.

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Kevin De Bruyne

Runs City’s attack and midfield. His creativity and attacking prowess has been unparalleled in the English Premier League for the last two years.

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Sergio Aguero who’s been at the club since 2011...

...will play his last game for them as he is shifting to Barcelona. He had said that he wouldn't leave City, till he wins them a Champions League title. Tomorrow will be his last chance to stand by his promise.

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The final will come down to...

whether Chelsea can repel City's waves of attacks long enough to hit them on the counter, as they have done twice in the past six weeks.

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