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Chelsea celebrate despite defeat

Published: Wednesday 13 April 2005, 0.50CET
FC Bayern München 3-2 Chelsea FC (agg: 5-6) Bayern revival comes too late to avoid elimination.

Match statistics

BayernChelsea

Goals scored3
 
2
Attempts on target10
 
4
Attempts off target12
 
3
Corners11
 
2
Offsides0
5
Fouls committed13
 
18
Yellow cards1
 
1
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 13 April 2005, 0.50CET

Chelsea celebrate despite defeat

FC Bayern München 3-2 Chelsea FC (agg: 5-6) Bayern revival comes too late to avoid elimination.

By Mark Bennett at Olympiastadion

Chelsea FC reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League despite last-gasp goals from José Paolo Guerrero and Mehmet Scholl that earned FC Bayern München victory in Germany.

Timely goals
Leading 4-2 from the first leg, Frank Lampard's deflected strike put Chelsea in front on the half-hour. Claudio Pizarro levelled midway through the second half, but Didier Drogba effectively sealed the visitors' progress with ten minutes remaining, although late strikes from Bayern substitutes Guerrero and Scholl gave the German side victory on the night.

Hosts reshuffled
Bayern coach Felix Magath made four changes from the side that lost at Stamford Bridge, first-choice strikers Pizarro and Roy Makaay returning after injury while first-leg goalscorer Bastian Schweinsteiger and Martin Demichelis came into midfield. Chelsea, meanwhile, made only one change, English international Glen Johnson losing his spot at right-back to German counterpart Robert Huth.

Early opportunities
The visitors might have extended their advantage within 180 seconds, Drogba racing clear only to be denied by a superb intervention from Bayern goalkeeper Oliver Kahn. The Bundesliga leaders quickly recovered their poise, however, and two minutes later John Terry had to make a vital block from Michael Ballack's strike after Pizarro’s teasing run. Seconds later Zé Roberto danced past Huth and squared for Pizarro, but the Peruvian's shot was palmed away by Petr Cech.

Gallas beaten
The home side continued to enjoy more possession and attempted to stretch Chelsea's defence by making full use of Zé Roberto and Schweinsteiger on either wing. The German international made a promising run on 18 minutes but screwed his shot wide after beating William Gallas.

Lampard joy
Chelsea held firm, however, and stunned the Olympiastadion into silence on the half-hour. Joe Cole shook off Schweinsteiger before finding Lampard 25 metres out and, in almost a carbon copy of Cole's goal in the first match, the English international midfield player unleashed a shot that took a deflection off Lucio and completely wrong-footed Kahn.

Missed chances
Bayern refused to lose faith and both Schweinsteiger and Ballack had chances to equalise before half-time, but neither was able to find the target from in front of goal. Seven minutes into the second half Scholl replaced Demichelis but Chelsea comfortably dealt with the new threat as they defended deep and, at times, had all eleven players protecting their lead.

Duff denied
The visitors did venture forward occasionally and looked extremely dangerous on each occasion. On the hour Lampard's free-kick eluded the Bayern defence but Damian Duff missed the chance to put the game out of the Bundesliga leaders' reach as Kahn reacted smartly to turn his point-blank effort around the post.

Pizarro pounces
Only four minutes later Pizarro gave Bayern hope again. Ballack met Willy Sagnol's right-wing cross with a powerful header and, although Cech produced a fine stop to touch his effort against the left-hand post, the ball rebounded perfectly for the Peruvian to tap in. Chelsea's lead was almost cut further within four minutes as Huth sliced Bixente Lizarazu's centre against his own crossbar, before Eidur Gudjohnsen cleared Lucio's header off the line.

Drogba seals progress
Bayern threw everything forward but were caught on the break with ten minutes remaining, Drogba guiding a pinpoint Cole cross inside Kahn's far post to effectively ensure overall success. The German outfit refused to concede defeat on the night, however, and levelled in the 90th minute as Guerrero tapped in Schweinsteiger's low cross before Scholl snatched victory deep into added time. But Chelsea had already secured their place in the semi-finals, where they will meet Liverpool FC or Juventus FC.

Last updated: 13/04/05 10.53CET

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Lineups

bayern

Bayern

chelsea

Chelsea

1
KahnOliver Kahn (GK) (C)
1
ČechPetr Čech (GK)
2
SagnolWilly Sagnol
4
MakeleleClaude Makelele
3
LúcioLúcio
6
CarvalhoRicardo Carvalho
5
R.KovačRobert Kovač
Yellow Card27
8
LampardFrank Lampard
Goal30
6
DemichelisMartín Demichelis
Substitution52
10
J. ColeJoe Cole
Substitution90+2
10
MakaayRoy Makaay
Substitution73
11
DuffDamien Duff
Substitution71
11
Zé RobertoZé Roberto
13
GallasWilliam Gallas
13
BallackMichael Ballack
15
DrogbaDidier Drogba
Goal80
14
PizarroClaudio Pizarro
Goal65
22
GudjohnsenEidur Gudjohnsen
Yellow Card50
Substitution88
31
SchweinsteigerBastian Schweinsteiger
26
TerryJohn Terry (C)
69
LizarazuBixente Lizarazu
Substitution78
29
HuthRobert Huth

Substitutes

22
RensingMichael Rensing (GK)
23
CudiciniCarlo Cudicini (GK)
7
SchollMehmet Scholl
Substitution52
Goal90+5
2
G. JohnsonGlen Johnson
8
FringsTorsten Frings
5
SmertinAleksei Smertin
16
JeremiesJens Jeremies
14
GeremiGeremi
Substitution88
20
SalihamidžićHasan Salihamidžić
Substitution78
24
ForssellMikael Forssell
26
DeislerSebastian Deisler
30
TiagoTiago
Substitution71
33
GuerreroJosé Paolo Guerrero
Substitution73
Goal90
33
Nuno MoraisNuno Morais
Substitution90+2

Coach

Felix Magath (GER)

Referee

Manuel Mejuto González (ESP)

Assistant referees

Oscar David Martinez Samaniego (ESP), Clemente Ayete Plou (ESP)

Fourth official

Julian Rodriguez Santiago (ESP)

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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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