Champions League

April 27, 2011 by staff 

Champions LeagueChampions League, 19.41: These two teams have met in the Champions League semi-final with Real Madrid before moving to the final 3-1 on aggregate nine years in May. They won the first leg at the Bernabeu and 2-0. José comply with that tonight.

19.38: I wonder what Mourinho will approach tonight. Barcelona are favorites to win the tie so you wonder if Hill out of his shell and try to push for a victory that will give a break to return to the Nou Camp … like he did with his unfancied side Inter last season.

19.35: Bolton, Owen Coyle was forced to mix his pack for tonight’s clash with Fulham after Daniel Sturridge could not overcome the injury.
The striker on loan and more in the form of Chelsea scored his seventh goal in nine games in Sunday’s 2-1 defeat of Arsenal, before being ejected late in the game with a bruised ankle.
Tamir Cohen took the Trotters last-gasp winner and is rewarded with a starting berth in place of the injured Sturridge.
The captain Danny Murphy, meanwhile, tosses a dead leg to start for Fulham, while Damien Duff is lost for an Achilles injury.

19.32: Aligning the 20:00 kick-off at Craven Cottage:
Fulham v Bolton
Fulham: Schwarzer, Baird, Hangeland, Hughes, Salcido, Gudjohnsen, Sidwell, Murphy, Dempsey, Davies, Dembele. Subs: Stockdale, Kelly Johnson, Hiking, Etuhu, Kakuta, Zamora.
Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Steinsson, Cahill, Knight, Robinson, Lee, Muamba, Cohen, Taylor, Elmander, Kevin Davies. Subs: Bogdan, Petrov, Gardner, Klasnic, Blake Moreno, Wheater.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

Beautiful sunny afternoon at the Bernabeu by the way, 19.27. On the other hand is not too bad in West London Fulham v Bolton. I know where I’d rather be right …

19.24: A bit of reading before the game Martin Samuel. If Real Madrid and Celtic is really going the same way that Rangers and Celtic?

19.19: From OptaJoe:
10 – Real Madrid opened the scoring in all of its 10 games this season’s Champions League. Blocks.

19.18: And is anyone a bit concerned about these two teams could cancel each other? Either way cannot be so one-sided as yesterday’s other semifinal, where Manchester United Schalke took to the cleaners.

19.13: But what might have been eh? A lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ I know, but this tie could have been the Tottenham v Arsenal.
Judging by their recent clashes that have guaranteed all-time classic. To be honest, however, north London received a lesson best football would show around here tonight.

20.00: I’d like to see statistics office, because I cannot remember the last time Madrid had a spell on the ball. They are defending well through which is the best we can hope for at this time.

19.56: That was not far away, the club continues with all the ball where David Villa he manages to produce a burst of pace was right where it is cut inside before shooting just wide across goal. Good effort.

19.53: No matter if it’s Arsenal or Real Madrid, Barcelona is taking over the possession here. No chance yet, as Mourinho sits patiently on the sidelines with a finger on his lips.

19.50: Cristiano Ronaldo has an early sighter from outside the area but he seems to have forgotten is Victor Valdes and not Tottenham’s Heurelho Gomes in goal and Barça goalkeeper carry easily.

19.49: No football liquid, however, and if anything has been a start / stop with a few mistakes being made. Yes, I’ll give it a chance.

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