Chelsea plays Arsenal in the Europa League final 0

Chelsea plays Arsenal in the Europa League final 0

Goalkeeper Kepa helped Chelsea win 4-3 in the penalty shootout, after drawing 1-1 with Frankfurt in the semi-final second leg on the evening of May 9.

Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga in the arms of his teammates after successfully saving two penalty kicks.

Goals: Loftus-Cheek 28′ – Jovic 49′ (Shootout: 4-3).

Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge were dumbfounded when they saw the team leave the Europa League with one foot, after Cesar Azpilicueta’s missed penalty kick in the second round.

Frankfurt successfully completed all three of their first penalty kicks, making the anxiety even greater.

Chelsea ended the penalty shootout with Eden Hazard’s successful kick.

Chelsea plays Arsenal in the Europa League final

Hazard’s decisive penalty kick.

Chelsea’s victory helps the Premier League witness another final of its own in the land of fog.

There were no classic comebacks like Liverpool and Tottenham, but Chelsea also had a difficult night against Frankfurt.

However, Luka Jovic once again spoke up for Frankfurt.

Chelsea plays Arsenal in the Europa League final

David Luiz saved on the goal line as the match went into extra time.

That almost came true in the 100th minute if David Luiz did not react excellently, saving the ball right on the goal line after Sebastian Haller’s close-range shot.

This is the first penalty shootout since Chelsea lost to Man City in the Confederation Cup final.

This is also a success for coach Sarri in his first year leading Chelsea.

Chelsea plays Arsenal in the Europa League final

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