25 April 2012

The best and the worst of the Barça-Chelsea

BEST: A team and a crowd of 10. Barca and the nearly 100,000 culés who packed the Camp Nou gave the world the best example of what this sport. The good game, no prize, the azulgranas, joined an audience that took his team on wings for 90 minutes. But in football luck also counts. And fate can be extremely cruel to who plays better. As cruel as obsequious to the most miserable and stingy rival that seen in ages. Guardiola was left skin and deserved to win by 4-0 or 5-0. But so many missed chances were paid too expensive. Quite the contrary that Chelsea, who was very rare oil on their forays into the area of Valdés.

WORST: The Triumph of antifútbol. Chelsea went into the final limited to defend for 180 minutes. Difficult to understand that three-goal mark with the very little it did in 180 minutes. That makes even greater credit for Drogba. He alone, and Cech stops, they put the Blues in the final. (via SPORT)