WATCH: Thomas Tuchel heaps praise on Chelsea's Mason Mount after Porto 'away' win
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Mason Mount's goal makes him Chelsea's youngest ever scorer in the Champions League at 22 years and 87 days old after he netted the opener in their quarter-final first-leg tie against Porto.
WATCH: Thomas Tuchel heaps praise on Chelsea's Mason Mount after Porto 'away' win

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SEVILLE, Spain - A classy goal from Mason Mount on Wednesday helped Chelsea to a 2-0 first-leg win over Porto, whose wasteful finishing could have scuppered their hopes of springing another Champions League upset in the quarter-finals. Mount's slick turn and shot in the first half would have been painful enough for Porto, who were the better side for large spells in Seville but repeatedly lacked the precision to take advantage. ALSO READ: 'Nothing has been decided' after Bayern, PSG serve up Champions League thriller Instead, their misery was compounded by Ben Chilwell capitalising on a mistake at the back to score a late second that gave Chelsea another away goal and leaves them on the brink of the semi-finals. They were away goals only in name given both these teams were playing in the unfamiliar Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, where they will meet again next week, just with the home and away roles reversed.

Porto were in the home dug-out, wore their home kit, had a large club banner in the empty stand and their anthem was the one that played out before kick-off.

Chelsea played the part too, delivering a classic away performance of soaking up the pressure and hitting…
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