Chelsea qualified for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over RB Salzburg. Mateo Kovacic opened the scoring for the Blues in the 23rd minute, and Chelsea carried a one-goal lead into the second half. Junior Adamu levelled the score early in the second half. Chelsea took back the lead as Kai Havertz scored the winner 15 minutes after conceding a goal. This was the winning goal, and Chelsea have a three-point lead in Group E.
We’ve broken down all the key stats for you to digest, including;
* shot maps
* xT (expected threat)
* pass networks
* xG timelines * defensive duels
* average positions and much more!
We also try to answer some questions for you with the visuals;
How many positional attacks were created by the home team? Who won the most defensive duels for Chelsea?
To navigate the stats gallery simply click on the numbers to move through the pages.