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Efficiency key for Inter, says Malouda

Published: Wednesday 17 March 2010, 0.17CET
Chelsea FC winger Florent Malouda said his team were just not efficient enough as FC Internazionale Milano pipped them to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, Samuel Eto'o's goal at Stamford Bridge sending them through 3-1 on aggregate. "The team that made the first mistake were going to be punished," Malouda said. "Samuel Eto'o was efficient. We had changes but the most efficient team advanced. We're disappointed but there are lots of other games left this season."
Published: Wednesday 17 March 2010, 0.17CET

Efficiency key for Inter, says Malouda

Chelsea FC winger Florent Malouda said his team were just not efficient enough as FC Internazionale Milano pipped them to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, Samuel Eto'o's goal at Stamford Bridge sending them through 3-1 on aggregate. "The team that made the first mistake were going to be punished," Malouda said. "Samuel Eto'o was efficient. We had changes but the most efficient team advanced. We're disappointed but there are lots of other games left this season."
Last updated: 17/03/10 0.02CET

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