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(VIDEO) Chelsea vs Palmeiras 2-1 Extended Highlights & All Goals FIFA Club World Cup Final 2022 HD



It’s the one piece of international silverware that Chelsea is missing from its trophy cabinet. The Blues will look to capture their first FIFA Club World Cup in the 2022 final against reigning South American champions Palmeiras.

The European champions and the best team in South America are regularly the favorites to win the FIFA Club World Cup, and both teams advanced from their respective semifinal with relative ease. Chelsea eliminated Asian champion Al Hilal, while Palmeiras ousted African champion Al Ahly.

Palmeiras is a two-time defending Copa Libertadores champion, the premier club competition in South America. The Greens are also looking to win their first Club World Cup trophy and become the fourth Brazilian side to win the competition since it was relaunched in 2000.

Chelsea lost to one of those other Brazilian teams, Corinthians, in the 2012 final held in Japan. That was the last time that a team outside Europe hoisted the trophy

Sporting News will be following the match live, providing score updates, commentary and highlights as they happen.

Chelsea vs. Palmeiras live score

1H 2H 1ET 2ET Final
Chelsea 0 1 0 0
Palmeiras 0 1 0 0

CHE — Romelu Lukaku (Hudson-Odoi) — 54th min.
PAL — Raphael Veiga (penalty) — 64th min.

Chelsea vs. Palmeiras live score

1H 2H 1ET 2ET Final
Chelsea 0 1 0 0
Palmeiras 0 1 0 0

CHE — Romelu Lukaku (Hudson-Odoi) — 54th min.
PAL — Raphael Veiga (penalty) — 64th min.

(All times Eastern)

111th min.: Give-and-go between Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic and the German’s shot is high of the bar. Good play by the Chelsea duo. The Blues are definitely sending more numbers forward in an attempt to avoid penalty kicks.

108th min.: Cross by Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech into the box and Kai Havertz rams into Weverton. The Brazilian milks the clash for a few minutes before restarting.

106th min.: Second extra time period underway. It projects to be just as cautious and conservative as the first 15 minutes.

End 1st Extra Time: Chelsea 1, Palmeiras 1

105th min.: YELLOW card for Palmeiras sub Wesley. One extra minute to be played in the first period.

102nd min.: SUB — Rafael Navarro comes into the match for Dudu. Fresh legs in the attack for the rest of the extra time period.

95th min.: Here’s how Chelsea’s 4-1-4-1 lines up (left to right): Sarr, Rudiger, Silva, Azpilicueta — Kante — Werner, Saul, Pulisic, Ziyech — Havertz

91st min.: First period of extra time underway with two Chelsea subs as Malang Sarr and Hakim Ziyech are in the match for Mateo Kovacic and Andreas Christensen.

Regulation: Chelsea 1, Palmeiras 1

95th min.: Palmeiras goalkeeper Weverton punches away the final corner from Pulisic and moments later the referee signals the end of regulation. Thirty minutes of extra time up next.

91st min.: Five minutes of stoppage time and it’s Chelsea with one of the final attempts. Mateo Kovacic fires high from distance. Pulisic has been handling the set-piece delivery on a free kick and corner, but Palmeiras cleared both.

86th min.: Not much has happened since the subs. It seems like both clubs are recalibrating, but neither has come close to ending this game in regulation. Extra time looking more likely.

76th min.: SUBS — Double change for both clubs. Chelsea brings on Saul Niguez and Timo Werner for the two players who combined for the Chelsea goal (Hudson-Odoi & Lukaku). Wesley (for Rony) and Eduard Atuesta (for Raphael Veiga) are the fresh legs for Palmeiras.

73rd min.: Pulisic’s shot just misses wide left! It feels like Chelsea is closer to getting the go-ahead goal, but Palmeiras is patient, waiting for another opportunity to strike.

71st min.: Palmeiras scorer Veiga gets another look at goal, this time in the run of play, but it’s a weak shot. He’ll watch that back and feel he should’ve done better.

64th min.: Goal Palmeiras. Raphael Veiga sends Edouard Mendy the other way and the Brazilian side is level.

61st min.: Palmeiras is shouting for a hand ball in the Chelsea box. It’s Thiago Silva who had the arm dangling as he went up for a header. He tried to take the arm away at the last minute, but the referee just had a look at it on the monitor and pointed to the spot.

60th min.: SUB – Jailson is in for Ze Rafael in midfield.

54th min.: Goal Chelsea. Callum Hudson-Odoi with the cross from the left and Romelu Lukaku towers over his defender Luan to head home underneath the crossbar. Palmeiras will now have to take some risks.

46th min.: Second half is underway and Chelsea immediately resumes its attack. No new subs for either side. Pulisic (for Mount) is the only change made in the game thus far.

11th min.: A dangerous Chelsea breakaway is stuffed by Palmeiras at the edge of the area. The Brazilian side is going toe-to-toe with the European champs although it’s Chelsea with the bulk of the possession.

4th min.: Danilo with the shot from outside the box that leads to a corner kick, but Chelsea avoid any trouble.

2nd min: A cross from Callum Hudson-Odoi causes issues for the Palmeiras back line, but Chelsea can’t take advantage.

1st min.: We’re off in Abu Dhabi and the Palmeiras fans are in full voice

Halftime: Chelsea 0, Palmeiras 0

Halftime: An evenly matched affair so far. Chelsea is in command, but it’s struggling to be goal dangerous, partly due to the defensive commitment from the Brazilian side. It’s clear that Chelsea can threaten on set pieces, and that may be the best path to a goal for the Blues. Palmeiras is giving Chelsea something to think about in transition, but the Greens are going to need more numbers in attack to get the better of the European champions.

Chelsea vs. Palmeiras lineups

Chelsea makes four changes from the team that secured the semifinal win against Al Hilal. Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, Jorginho, Hakim Ziyech and Marcos Alonso will be replaced by Edouard Mendy, N’Golo Kante, Mason Mount and Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Chelsea starting lineup (3-4-3, left to right): 16-Edouard Mendy (GK) — 2-Antonio Rudiger, 6-Thiago Silva, 4-Andreas Christensen — 20-Callum Hudson-Odoi, 8-Mateo Kovacic, 7-N’Golo Kante, 28-Cesar Azpilicueta (capt.) — 29-Kai Havertz, 9-Romelu Lukaku, 19-Mason Mount

Chelsea subs (12): 1-Kepa Arrizabalaga (GK), 13-Marcus Bettinelli (GK), 3-Marcos Alonso, 14-Trevoh Chalobah, 31-Malang Sarr, 5-Jorginho, 17-Saul Niguez, 18-Ross Barkley, 23-Kenedy, 10-Christian Pulisic, 22-Hakim Ziyech, 11-Timo Werner

Palmeiras will roll out the same lineup that knocked off African champions Al Ahly in the semifinal.

Palmeiras starting lineup (4-2-3-1, left to right): 21-Weverton (GK) — 22-Joaquin Piquerez, 13-Luan, 15-Gustavo Gomez (capt.), 2-Marcos Rocha — 8-Ze Rafael, 28-Danilo — 14-Gustavo Scarpa, 23-Raphael Veiga, 7-Dudu — 10-Rony



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