…… Chelsea progressed to the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Kai Havertz’s retaken penalty enabled Chelsea move into the Champions League quarter-finals as they overturned a one-goal shortage from the first leg to whip Borussia Dortmund 2-1 on aggregate.
Havertz sent his initial endeavor against the post after Marius Wolf was penalized for handball but a retake was called due to encroachment and the Germany international held his nerve, picking the same spot and converting at the second attempt (53), Sky Sports report.
Raheem Sterling had earlier levelled the tie on aggregate with a a potent strike from the centre of the box from Ben Chilwell’s cut-back (43) following a positive start by the hosts at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea, encouraged by Saturday’s much-needed 1-0 win over Leeds in the Premier League, came into the game having only scored twice in their previous seven games but finally found some cutting edge in front of goal, the victory keeping their European dream alive and relieving some of the pressure on head coach Graham Potter.