- 2nd Half
Chelsea - FC Porto
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- End of 2nd Half
FT: Chelsea 0-1 FC Porto. Taremi's last-gasp stunner proved in vain as Chelsea claimed a spot in the last four of the CL thanks to a 2-1 success on aggregate.
- Yellow cardMehdi TaremiFC Porto
- GoalMehdi TaremiFC Porto
GOAL! Porto grab a late, late lifeline. Mehdi Taremi connects with a sensational overhead kick that flashes into the top corner. It's 2-1 on agg.
CLOSE! Pulisic races through but is denied by some last-ditch defending and alert goalkeeping.
- OffKai HavertzChelsea
- OnOlivier GiroudChelsea
CHELSEA CHANGE: Giroud on for Havertz.
Four minutes added.
Chelsea will play Real Madrid or Liverpool in the last four. Porto have just a few moments left in this season's CL. A solid job from Tuchels' men.
- Yellow cardLuis DíazFC Porto
Pulisic leads a Chelsea break and is hauled down. That's a yellow card for Diaz.
Chelsea's back four are suddenly having to work a bit. Porto are firing deliveries in from both flanks but it's all a tad hopeful and Thiago and co are nodding them clear.
- OffMason MountChelsea
- OnHakim ZiyechChelsea
CHELSEA CHANGE: Ziyech on for Mount.
- OffSérgio OliveiraFC Porto
- OnFábio VieiraFC Porto
PORTO CHANGE: Oliveira off, Vieira on.
Porto are finally showing a bit of urgency. The triple change has added something but they are still finding it hard to create much.
- Yellow cardPepeFC Porto
Play halted as Thiago Silva receives treatment for a knock. He's okay and wants to continue. Meanwhile, Pepe has been booked.
Rudiger leaps to head a corner clear. It hits Uribe and bounces very kindly for Mendy.
- OffJesús CoronaFC Porto
- OnLuis DíazFC Porto
PORTO CHANGE: Luis Diaz on.
- OffMoussa MarégaFC Porto
- OnEvanilsonFC Porto
PORTO CHANGE: Evanlison on.
- OffWilson ManafaFC Porto
- OnNanuFC Porto
PORTO CHANGE: Nanu on.
- Yellow cardJesús CoronaFC Porto
Corona booked for pulling back Jorginho.
Porto are preparing a flurry of changes as Thiago Silva makes a superb intervention to divert a dangerous right-wing cross to safety from inside his own six-yard box.
Pulisic thinks he's in on the right side of the box. His touch takes him wider than he'd hope and Pepe gets across to make the block.
Chelsea seem happy to control the pace of the game and leisurely probe if an opening presents itself.
Tuchel looks very content with what is transpiring before is eyes. A Porto goal out of the blue could make him sweat a bit, but it's not really on the cards.
Mendy is finally forced to make save as he gets down to his left to keep out Taremi's header from a looping cross.
- OffMarko GrujicFC Porto
- OnMehdi TaremiFC Porto
PORTO CHANGE: Taremi on for Grujic.
A slick one-touch move down the left ends with Sanusi whipping a cross straight in to the arms of Mendy. That's about as good as it's got for Porto so far in this half.
Porto are looking a little forlorn now. It's solid game-management from Chelsea up to this point.
Manafá makes a vital block to deny Mount after Kante had set the England man scampering into the left side of the area.
Chelsea should be ahead. The Blues open Porto up on the counter. Mount feeds the overlapping Chilwell but Pulisic can't quite connect with the full back's cross from the byline.
No danger. Porto load the box with players but Chelsea stand tall defending a left-wing free kick.
Porto are trying to up the ante but so far it's as you were from the first 45.
Chelsea are looking to keep a clean sheet in four straight matches in the competition for the first time since a run of six ending in March 2008.
- Yellow cardSérgio OliveiraFC Porto
Pulisic is hacked down within seconds of the restart and as a result Oliveira is the first man in the book tonight.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Porto get us back underway. They need something special from here. Chelsea still 2-0 up on agg.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Chelsea 0-0 FC Porto.
One minute added.
DID YOU KNOW? After beating Leicester City 5-0 in the group stages of this competition in December 2016, Porto are winless in their following seven matches against English sides in the Champions League (D2 L5), scoring only twice while conceding 16 goals.
Elsewhere in the CL - Bayern lead at PSG. That's 3-3 on agg.
It would be something of an understatement to say this half has been a damp squib. That won't bother Tuchel too much though. His side are closing in on a semi-final berth.
Corona somehow spins Chilwell to take down a long ball into the right side of the Chelsea penalty area. He is goal side of the defender but takes the shot on early and volleys over the top. He had more time to do better with that.
Chilwell makes a superb run into space down the left. He busts a gut to get into it, but Kante's cross-field pass has too much pace on it. That was a shame but it's been a much better couple of minutes for Chelsea.
Chelsea win the ball high up the pitch. Kante sweeps it to the right for Havertz but his cut back towards Mount is diverted to safrty by Pepe.
There have only been four previous occasions of a side progressing after losing the first leg of a Champions League knockout tie without scoring a goal at 'home' - Ajax in 1995-96 vs Panathinaikos, Inter Milan in 2010-11 vs Bayern Munich, Manchester United in 2018-19 vs Paris SG and Spurs in 2018-19 vs Ajax - Porto will be hoping this is the fifth.
Chelsea survive a testing right-wing corner before surging forward on the break. Mount and Pulisic combine to set up James who sees his first-time drive fly well wide of the far post.
Porto continue to ask most of the questions without really making that Chelsea defence creak too much.
STAT: Chelsea are unbeaten in the Champions League this season (P9 W7 D2 L0), and could become the first English to go unbeaten across their first 10 games in a season in the competition since Liverpool in 2017-18 (11 games).
CLOSE! Corona sees a first-time shot from the right side f the box blocked by Jorginho after Mendy's rushed clearance had fallen kindly for the Porto man.
Chelsea spring forward and almost snatch the lead. Mount is left in far too much space on the edge of the box, but his curling effort cannons off Mbemba and flies out of play.
FC Porto have started on the front foot. No real surprise given they are the ones who need to force the issue this evening.
The number crunchers are suggesting Chelsea have a 92 per cent chance of progressing tonight. To be fair, it would take a major swing for the Portuguese side to upset the Londoners and actually knock them out.
The omens are good for Chelsea. One such stat in their favour is that Porto have won only one of their 20 Champions League knockout stage matches as the away side (D6 L13), with that coming against Deportivo de La Coruna in the semi-finals in 2003-04.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Chelsea get this CL second leg underway.
STEADY EDDIE: Chelsea have won their last seven Champions League matches with Edouard Mendy in their side. The only goalkeeper to win more games in a row for an English club in the competition is fellow Frenchman Fabien Barthez with Manchester United during the 2002-03 campaign (eight games).
DID YOU KNOW? Mason Mount is aiming to become only the second Englishman to get on the scoresheet in both legs of a Champions League knockout stage tie for Chelsea. His old gaffer, Frank Lampard was the first when he found the net in both matches against Bayern Munich in the 2004-05 quarter finals.
SUPER SERGIO: Oliveira has netted five Champions League goals for FC Porto so far this season. That's the joint-most in a campaign by a Portuguese player for a Portuguese club (matching Nuno Gomes in 1998-99 for Benfica). The last Portuguese player to score more in a European Cup campaign was Eusebio in 1967-68, also for Benfica (6 goals).
Otavio: “We always believe. We were focused on the match against Tondela (2-0 win in the Superliga) and now we are rested and are thinking of Chelsea.”
Ben Chilwell: “They are a strong outfit with a lot of very technically gifted players. They are a proud team as well and there is a Champions League semi-final up for grabs. The two away goals could prove to be crucial, but it’s only half a job done.”
Porto coach Sergio Conceicao: "We are confident. We know that we face a difficult task, but we are here to give the answer that we have to give."
A bit more on that team news.... Chelsea make three changes from the first leg with Thiago Silva, N'Golo Kante and Christian Pulisic all starting. Porto make one change with Sergio Oliveira in from the off.
Thomas Tuchel: “I am here to win games and as a result to win titles. This is what I demand of myself. Why should we now say any different - that we want to win in five years, three years or two years? Now is the time."
CONFIRMED TEAMS - CHELSEA: Mendy, Azpilicueta, Thiago Silva, Rudiger, James, Jorginho, Kante, Chilwell, Mount, Havertz, Pulisic... Subs: Caballero, Kepa, Christensen, Zouma, Alonso, Emerson, Hudson-Odoi, Ziyech, Abraham, Giroud, Werner. /// FC PORTO: Marchesin, Pepe, Uribe, Marega, Zaidu, Grujic, Corona, Manafa, Mbemba, Otavio, Sergio Oliveira... Subs: Claudio Ramos, Leite, Loum, Diaz, Taremi, Baro, Martinez, Evanilson, Nanu, Sarr, Vieira, Conceicao.
RECAP: read our match report from the first leg.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the Champions League quarter final second leg between Chelsea and FC Porto. The Blues lead 2-0 from the first leg. Kick off at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán is set for 20.00 BST.