Milan's effort merited a goal, but Chelsea's defense held firm throughout, and the Rossoneri were kept out despite a second-half surge.
Kevin De Bruyne found the net in the 29th minute with a cool finish after some slick creative wing play from Eden Hazard. After a slew of changes at halftime and during the second half, substitute Andre Schurrle secured the Blues' victory with a goal in the 92nd minute.
Though this match is technically a friendly, neither team approached it as one. Let's examine six things we learned from a thrilling 90 minutes at MetLife Stadium.