The Blues took instinct Kill
London – With a 1-1 in the first leg, chances Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain to qualify for the quarterfinals predicted still as strong. To get rid of PSG, Chelsea took the instinct to kill.
Four days after the draw with PSG in the first leg pedelapanfinal Champions League, Chelsea drew 1-1 with Burnley in the Premier League. In the game, the Blues 1-0 first goal by Branislav Ivanovic in the 14th minute, before finally Burnley rescued a point goal by Ben Mee in the 81st minute.
Furthermore, Chelsea won two consecutive wins, each over Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United in the final of the League Cup and the Premier League, with a score that was not great. Tottenham defeated by a score of 2-0, while West Ham defeated by a score of 1-0.
Won with a score that is not great is fairly crucial in the final game or league, but the story may not be so in the fall phase of the tournament with two legs like the Champions League. Given the aggregate system, the number of goals or aggressiveness away goal could be decisive.
So far, Chelsea little benefit to the away goal that they print at the headquarters of PSG. However, Cesc Fabregas warned, his team needed a replacement when the instinct to kill host PSG at Stamford Bridge on Thursday (12/3) pm dawn.
“I hope tomorrow instinct to kill it appeared and we put pressure on them from the first moment,” said Fabregas as reported by Sky Sports.
“A lie if I said it does not mean a special tournament for me. Both physically and mentally, I am ready to give my best to be a champion in this tournament.”
With Porto and Real Madrid, Chelsea finished unbeaten team after the Champions League group phase ends. However, the conquest of Schalke Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu, unbeaten status is now living owned Porto and Chelsea.
Fabregas is determined to maintain the status unbeaten as long as possible. If you can get the final match.
“If you ask any footballer about what they want to win in their careers, they will answer the World Cup and the Champions League,” said Fabregas.