Posted by sean on February 22, 2006 at 10:05 pm in Football with No Comments


Great game of football this evening between Chelsea and Barcelona and a fabulous result for Barca, 2-1 victory away from home.

The game was fiery from start to finish. Chelsea’s Asier del Horno was sent off for a debatable foul on Lionel Messi, bringing the Londoners down to ten men.

Even with the disadvantage, Chelsea still managed to score first in the second half, Thiago Motta scoring an own goal after pressure from John Terry. Barca weren’t behind for long, Ronaldinho’s excellent free kick causing Terry problems who headed the goal into his own net! Barca then turned on the firepower and scored a much deserved winner from Samuel Eto’o.

Barca are now in the driving seat, Chelsea have to score 2 goals at the Nou Camp in a fortnight and not conceded to go through. The thing with Barca is that they always look like scoring, they have so much quality. Hopefully this will be enough to put my second team through to the quarter finals.

I still refuse to write Chelsea off though, hopefully the Barca players will have the same attitude and not get too complacent. Chelsea have so much quality and can be very dangerous.

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