FC Porto 0-2 Chelsea: Mount and Chilwell put Blues in Champions League driving seat

Chelsea fixed a 2-0 first leg win against FC Porto in quite a while League quarter-finals on Wednesday night. 

Thomas Tuchel's side weren't at their best in Seville yet they asserted a significant win with two indispensable away objectives. 

Bricklayer Mount gave Chelsea the lead against the run of the play in the 32nd moment after a radiant touch which saw him track down the base corner. 

It was a quick beginning from Porto in Seville as they squeezed high and rapidly, driving Chelsea into passing a great many mistakes. Chelsea neglected to show a response from their loss against West Brom right off the bat. 

Uribe got an opportunity in the twelfth moment for Porto as he terminated simply over Edouard Mendy's bar after Andreas Christensen made a significant square to deny Luis Dias minutes prior. 

Chelsea just couldn't get out as their passing was grim with Porto proceeding to apply the pressing factor. Mendy was almost gotten out in the 24th moment after the solid breezes saw a corner turn towards his objective however he kept it out well before Zaidu impacted over the bounce back from short proximity. 

Be that as it may, it was Chelsea who started to lead the pack and in some design as well. Jorginho discovered Mason Mount, whose touch to remove it from his feet to transform into the crate was electrifying, before he terminated it into the base corner past Marchesin to send the guests ahead and to give them a pivotal away objective. It was Chelsea's previously shot on objective in the entire game, and what a second to do it for their Player of the Season. 

Mendy made a significant stop two minutes before half-an ideal opportunity to deny Pepe who fueled his header at the Blues objective. 

Chelsea discovered space from the get-go in the second-half as Mount cut a ball to Timo Werner in the container, yet he could just control his header off focus inside the initial two minutes. 

After four minutes, Marega discovered space in behind Antonio Rudiger however Mendy got down well to deny the Porto forward of leveling the game up. 

Luis Diaz went close in the 57th moment as he discovered space to turn on the edge of the zone, yet his twisting exertion went only wide of Mendy's objective, who was extending. 

Chelsea almost went two nil up on the hour mark after Rudiger saw his work from distance spilled by Marchesin and Werner squared it to Kai Havertz who had an open objective. He missed however fortunately the offside banner was raised to save his becomes flushed. 

Christian Pulisic and Olivier Giroud were welcomed on by Tuchel in the 65th moment for Havertz and Werner in the Blues' first changes of the evening. 

Tuchel hoped to see the main leg out by welcoming on Thiago Silva and N'Golo Kante late on. They supplant match-victor Mount and James in the 80th moment. 

A short ways from time, Pulisic was played in by Giroud however his deafening exertion smashed off the woodwork. 

Be that as it may, Chelsea multiplied their lead in the 85th moment as Chilwell constrained a mistake and he adjusted Marchesin to take advantage of an unfilled net to get an indispensable second objective. 

Also, that was that for Chelsea in Seville. A truly significant outcome for Tuchel's men in Spain in front of the second leg next Tuesday. The work is half done.