Chelsea will play against Manchester United

20/03/2011 21:07

Chelsea will play against Manchester United in the Champions League.

John Terry famously missed his penalty in 2008 final when he had the chance to win the trophy for Chelsea.

 

The first game will be at Chelsea stadium with the second in Manchester the next week.

"You have to think about the past," said Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti. "The players remember that they lost against Manchester United but also they remember that we won the Premier League last year and we won this season against them.

"The past is the past. They will be different games, very important games. It will be difficult, of course.

"For English football it's good because one English team will be in the semi-final. Last season no English team was in the semi-final, this year one team or two teams will be."

One man from Chelsea said that the Moscow defeat in 2008 would be a motivation for those players who are now still in the team.

The team which wins will play the first game of their semi-final against Inter or Schalke. The final is at Wembley on 28 May 2011. 

 

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