Wednesday, April 8, 2009

CL 8 april

CL 8 april

Barcelona 4-0 Bayern Munich

1-0 Messi Goal

Two first-half goals from Lionel Messi plus one each from Samuel Eto'o and Thierry Henry ripped through the resistance of a Bayern side who had themselves scored a record 12 times against Sporting Clube de Portugal in the previous round, comprehensively ending the German club's 100 per cent competitive record against Barça here.

2-0 Eto'o goal

Liverpool 1-3 Chelsea

1-0 Torres Goal

1-1 Ivanovic Goal

Two headers by Branislav Ivanovic and a clinical finish by Didier Drogba brought Chelsea FC to the verge of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals as they ended their barren run of European visits to Liverpool FC.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

10 March

Juventus VS Chelsea 10 March 2009

1-0 Iaquinta Goal

1-1 Essien Goal

2-1 Del Piero Goal

2-2 Drogba Goal

Liverpool VS Real Madrid 10 March

1-0 Torres Goal

2-0 Gerrard goal

3-0 Gerrard Goal

Bayern Munchen VS Sporting Lissabon

1-0 Podolski Goal

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Champions League 26 february

Champions League 26 february

Real Madrid 0-1 Liverpool 25/02/2009

Yossi Benayoun headed home a late winner as Liverpool beat in-form Real Madrid 1-0 at the Bernabeu to take control of their Champions League last-16 showdown.

Benayoun nodded in Fabio Aurelio's 82nd-minute free-kick to earn a crucial first leg victory, making Rafael Benitez's side firm favourites to make the quarterfinal stage.

Liverpool also went close through Fernando Torres and Xabi Alonso, who were both denied by fine saves from Iker Casillas, while Madrid's best effort was an Arjen Robben piledriver that Jose Reina tipped over.

Chelsea 1-0 Juventus 25/02/2009
Drogba Goal

Didier Drogba scored the only goal as Chelsea beat Juventus 1-0 at Stamford Bridge to give Guus Hiddink's side a slender advantage ahead of their Champions League last-16 second leg in Turin.

In the 15th minute, Drogba should have made it two when he met a corner from Frank Lampard inside the six-yard box, but he inexplicably headed wide.

Chelsea also had chances to double their lead, notably when a 20-yard effort from Nicolas Anelka flashed inches wide, but Chelsea