Posted by sean on February 21, 2006 at 11:01 pm in Football with No Comments


I watched the Arsenal – Real Madrid match on the telly this evening. Fabulous game of football, was so pleased for Arsene Wenger’s side to win as I have always had a soft spot for them. Hopefully they can take advantage of their aggregate lead and make it through to the quarter finals.

Unfortunately Liverpool, the other English team playing in Europe tonight failed to be as successful as their southern counterparts, losing 1-0 away to the Portuguese side Benfica – yes the team that knocked out ManU back in December (Hahaha). There’s always the second leg of this round, hopefully the scousers will be able to turn things around at Anfield.

Chelsea play Barcelona tomorrow in arguably the biggest game of the round. I’m a Barcelona fan, I watch their La Liga games whenever I get chance on Sky. They are a joy to watch and really I hope they win the Champions League. I’ll be donning my Barca shirt and hoping they beat Chelsea tomorrow, wiping that grin of the arrogant face of José Mourinho. C’mon Barca!

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