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24 May 2019 18:47
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    Four English teams will contest the two finals of European football's elite club competitions for the first time

    Four English teams will contest the two finals of European football's elite club competitions for the first time


    After Liverpool and Tottenham secured spots in the Champions League decider, Arsenal and Chelsea have done the same in the Europa League.

    Arsenal beat Valencia 7-3 on aggregate in their semi-final, winning 4-2 today.

    Chelsea needed a penalty shoot-out to beat Frankfurt after two games and extra time left the sides at 2-all.

    Chelsea goal keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga says the result is redemption for the lost shootout in the English Cup this season.

    He says in penalties you need a bit of luck, it's just the nature of the finals situation.

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