UEFA Champions League | Post Match Summary: Chelsea 4-0 Juventus

Chelsea and Manchester United: The most successful clubs​ of the Premier League era

Chelsea and Manchester United have been the two most successful clubs during the Premier League era. Between them, the sides have lifted 33 trophies since 1992.

Juventus could not handle Chelsea as goals from Trevoh Chalobah, Reece James, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Timo Werner secure a dominant victory.

Fast-improving young defender Chalobah lashed Chelsea into an early lead, palming his hands together in celebratory prayer.

An outmanoeuvred Juventus side would quickly be left to wish for divine intervention, such was the scale of Chelsea’s stifling dominance.

James struck and Hudson-Odoi finished a sumptuous team goal before replacement Werner rounded off the rout at the death.

Chelsea ripped straight into opponents seemingly entirely unprepared for the Blues’ gameplan.

The sluggish visitors were pulled apart time and again by an increasingly slick Chelsea side and once the hosts coupled that tight attacking approach with the ability to recover the ball almost immediately, a bleak night unfurled in front of the stunned Juve players.

Chalobah (25′), James (55′), Hudson-Odoi (58), Werner (90’+5′)