Chelsea suffers a Champions League defeat against Real Madrid as the club’s future remains uncertain


Chelsea suffers a Champions

Chelsea suffers a Champions League While the future of Chelsea Football Club remains in turmoil off the field, the team faced a tough night on the pitch in their Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Real Madrid on Wednesday.


A hat-trick for Karim Benzema propelled his side to a 3–1 victory on a wet and windy night in west London, putting the Spanish side in firm control of the matchup before the return phase.

It was a game that promised to look very different when it was drawn.

The ban on outgoing Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich, due to his ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin, is likely to have a major impact on the club’s biggest game of the season so far.

There was uncertainty about whether any fans would be able to attend games and restrictions on travel budgets brought into doubt whether Chelsea would be able to participate in the Champions League as well.

But, after further clarification and work with the British government, it was easy to forget off-field troubles in the form of a full-capacity Stamford Bridge.

On the pitch, it was Chelsea who got off to a better start, balking at the Madrid players, who took a while to settle down – but they did.

The visitors presented a great opportunity for Vinicius Jr., who broke the crossbar with his opening attempt and Chelsea ignored an early warning.

Thomas Tuchel’s side quickly found themselves two goals down after Benzema put up two pinpoint headers in front of Edouard Mendy in a chaotic three-minute period.

The goals were greeted by frenzied celebrations at the far end with many Madrid fans at the mercy of stormy conditions.

With the semi-finals looking like a distant dream for Chelsea, home support was starting to disappoint but there was still a turning point in a frantic first half.

Kai Havertz cut the deficit in half with a header of his own, laying down a beautifully crafted cross from Jorginho.

But before many could take their seats after the restart, Benzema was on target again, this time taking advantage of goalkeeper Mendy’s somewhat sloppy play.

Antonio Rudiger had a poor pass and the defender could do little to prevent Benzema from stealing possession and going into the open net.

It was the second consecutive hat-trick for the Frenchman in this competition, coming after his heroics in the round of 16 against Paris Saint-Germain.

Despite Chelsea’s more effort and plenty of ball in the second half, it was Madrid fans who were dancing as home fans became increasingly agitated.

This was enough to suggest that Chelsea had a chance to slim down in the second leg, but who knows what the club will look like until then.

Several potential owners have expressed interest in taking over the leadership of the club, but it is yet to be decided where Chelsea will go from here.

YES Bank bounces back, shares Price 23% in 4 days


YES Bank bounces back, shares Price 23% in 4 days

YES Bank Share Price: There was a huge jump of about 17 percent in the shares of Yes Bank on Wednesday.YES Bank bounces back


At the same time, this stock has climbed more than 23 percent in the last 4 days.

Shares of YES Bank closed at Rs 15.20 with a jump of 16.92% on the NSE on Wednesday.

At the same time, some analysts say that this stock can rise to the level of Rs 16 or even Rs 20 from here.

On the other hand, Nagraj Shetty, Technical Research Analyst, HDFC Securities, pointed out that this week’s sharp volatility offered a chance for a decisive upside breakout with a large consolidation at the Rs 15.50 level, which could be a good sign for the stock price. Is.


He said, “Technically, such a bullish move after a wide range of swings indicates further upside. Hence, a durable cross above the Rs 15.50-16 level opens up an opportunity for a possible upside pattern,” he added. We expect these targets to be achieved in the next 1 or 2 months, which will go up to Rs 20 levels from Rs 19.50. The stock may see a strong resistance once it hits the highs of Rs 20. and it is expected to decline from this level.”

Yes Bank deposits increased


While releasing the business update on Tuesday, Yes Bank said that in the March quarter, the bank’s deposits grew by 7% every quarter to Rs 1,97,281 crore. On the other hand, deposits have grown by 21% on a year-on-year basis.


Yes, Bank’s advance has increased 9% on a year-on-year basis to Rs 1,81,508 in the March quarter. It was Rs 1,66,893 crore in the corresponding quarter of last year. Advance refers to the loan that the bank gives to a company for a specific work.

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Government job for more than 2000 posts in Bihar, apply for graduate


BSSC CGL Recruitment

BSSC CGL Recruitment 2022 Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) has released the notification of the Third Graduate Level Combined Competitive Exam (Bihar SSC CGL Exam 2022).

The commission has invited applications for more than 2000 Secretariat Assistant, Planning Assistant, Malaria Inspector, Data Entry Operator Grade-C, and Auditor posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online by visiting the official website of BSSC at


The online application process for the BSSC 3rd CGL Recruitment Exam 2022 will start on 14th April 2022 and continue till 17th May 2022. Eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in preliminary and main examinations respectively. Those who will clear the prelims exam will have to apply for the main exam.

Bihar will shortlist candidates for the BSSC Mains exam in the ratio of 1:5 and write the total number of vacancies available.


Vacancy Details for Bihar BSSC CGL Exam 2022

Secretariat Assistant – 1360 Posts

Planning Assistant – 125 Posts

Malaria Inspector – 74 Posts

Data Entry Operator Grade-C – 02 Posts

Auditor – 626 Posts

Total No. of Vacancies – 2187 Posts


BSSC CGL Recruitment Who can apply?


Candidates having Graduate Degree in any stream from any recognized University or Institute can apply for Bihar SSC Third Graduate Level Combined Competitive Exam 2022. Candidates’ minimum age limit should be 21 years and the maximum age limit should be 37 years (for male candidates) and 40 years (for female candidates

Application fee

General, OBC, and EWS category candidates have to pay an application fee of Rs 540



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