Arsene Wenger reveals the difference between Chelsea and Manchester City ahead of Champions League final

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Chelsea and Manchester City defeated big opposition to book a place in the Champions League final on May 29.

Chelsea defeated Real Madrid in the semi-finals, while Manchester City made light of Paris Saint-Germain.

Chelsea will be aiming for a second Champions League trophy, while City are only in their first final.

Arsene Wenger, who led Arsenal to the final in 2006, has revealed that there is not much separating the two teams, but admitted that City are the more mature team in the sense that they do not squander too many chances.

“I would say City looks more mature,” Wenger told beIN Sports.

“We could see that Real Madrid when they had to chase the game in the second half, they never found a way to be dangerous because the discipline of these English teams, the capacity to remain focused and the transition of pace to go quickly forwards was always a threat.

“Last night Paris Saint-Germain and tonight against Real Madrid – who are two big teams. ‘On that front they are quite level.

“I find, the difference between the two teams is that conversion rate of chances created is, at the moment, much higher at City.

“They need less chances to score goals than Chelsea. But that can change, the final is on the 29th. It’s 24 days – a lot can change in between.”

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