Chelsea v Palmeiras live updates - latest Club World Cup score
Club World Cup / Matchday 1
Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium / 12.02.2022
FULL TIME: CHELSEA 2-1 PALMEIRAS
Chelsea are world club champions for the first time in their history! Kai Havertz' 117th-minute penalty settled a gruelling game against a fiercely determined Palmeiras side - and completed a remarkable double for Havertz, who also scored the winning goal in the Champions League final against Manchester City.
Luan has been sent off for a last-man trip on Havertz!
THREE MINUTES OF ADDED TIME
The Palmeiras backroom staff are haranguing the fourth official over something or other.
TIME RUNNING OUT FOR PALMEIRAS
They have battled heroically all night, but it looks like Havertz has won it for Chelsea.
GOAL! Chelsea 2-1 Palmeiras (Havertz pen)
Havertz coolly sends Weverton the wrong way!
HAVERTZ TO TAKE THE PENALTY
Luan and Atuesta have been booked.
PENALTY TO CHELSEA! A shot hit the outstretched hand of Luan, and Chelsea have a penalty!
CHELSEA PENALTY APPEAL!
They think there was a handball in the Palmeiras area, and he's going to the monitor!
GREAT DEFENDING FROM ROCHA!
Ziyech's wicked inswinging cross is taken off Havertz's head by Rocha, an outstanding touch.
Werner zips inside from the left, plays a one-two and whips a curling shot just over the bar. Weverton had it covered but it was a good effort.
TEN MINUTES TO PENALTIES
A goal at either end would be against the run of play. Chelsea are dominating possession, as they have all night, but they continue to struggle in the final third.
Both teams look shattered, Palmeiras in particular.
E.T 2nd Half
Palmeiras begin the second period of extra-time.
End of E.T 1st Half
HALF TIME IN EXTRA TIME: CHELSEA 1-1 PALMEIRAS
We're 15 minutes away from a penalty competition. The last time that happened was in the inaugural Club World Cup 22 years ago.
Wesley is booked for flattening Saul.
Dudu comes off, Rafael Navarro comes on.
CHELSEA ON TOP
Palmeiras look shattered, not unreasonably given all the work they have done without the ball. They would take penalties in a heartbeat.
CHELSEA HIT THE BAR!
Werner's cutback ricochets off a couple of players and onto the crossbar. I don't think it would have counted, though, as Werner was offside in the build up.