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Thomas Tuchel's side, who held an away-goal advantage having drawn the first leg in Madrid, dominated for large periods on Wednesday night.
Los Blancos, meanwhile, struggled to make any sort of impression as the likes of Eden Hazard and Vinicius Junior made very little impact on the semi-final second leg clash.
After a season of ups and downs, the German striker found the net as Chelsea went 1-0 up after just 28 minutes.
Despite dominating possession for the majority of the game, Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy was forced to make a number of big saves for the home side, in particular from the in-form Karim Benzema.
Chelsea continued their domination in the second-half and really, it could have easily been three or four if it wasn't for the heroics of Thibaut Courtois on his return to Stamford Bridge.
Mason Mount, who has been outstanding all season, then put the nail in Madrid's coffin with five minutes remaining when he made it 2-0 on the night with a simple tap in.
Mason Mount! :boom:
After so many wasted opportunities, Chelsea FINALLY have their second goal of the night!
They're so close to Istanbul now! :pray: pic.twitter.com/U6skxXPCMv
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 5, 2021
:white_check_mark: Goal in the #UCL quarterfinal
:white_check_mark: Goal in the #UCL semifinal
Cobham made. Mason Mount. pic.twitter.com/QhvLPVsPRR
- LDN (@LDNFootbalI) May 5, 2021
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