Conflict at the Camp Nou: Witness the Final Clash between Barcelona and Chelsea
Escalating to the ranks of what could possibly be their best showing in their Champions League campaign so far Chelsea was able to turn the tables against a visibly-disappointed Barcelona. Rushing through a wave of missed opportunities in the field, Barcelona haphazardly threw themselves in their attempt to stop Chelsea from taking possession of the ball – a move so widely tagged by crowds at Stamford Bridge as a surprisingly disappointing move by the Catalan squad. With Chelsea the erstwhile underdog at the helm this time, can the Barças execute a redeeming action in their home Camp Nou?
With Chelsea’s Drogba now being a clear danger to the Catalan force, the Barças are now encouraged this time to reassess themselves, this time at their Camp Nou comfort zone. Top Barça lynchpin Messi has to be in perfect form any moment now as Iniesta’s recent injury has quite affected the centrifugal force that could propel Barça to its back-to-back title prospect. Surely, Barça can never afford to sow displeasure at the second leg of their Semi-Finals showdown happening at their home base this April 25, 2012 at 2:45 am (GMT + as it faces Chelsea once more for a judgment match that could either make or break the heart-stopping 1-0 won by the latter during the first leg of the UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals.
Barcelona : 1.26
Chelsea : 9.57
Draw : 5.82
Barcelona and Chelsea
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