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WATCH Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid, Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg Match Highlights [VIDEO]

atletico madrid WATCH Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid, Champions League Semi Final 2nd Leg Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Chelsea fans, look away. The highlights of the UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg against Atletico Madrid will be tough to watch for Blues supporters except for Fernando Torres’s goal that opened the game. But at least some Blues supporters can take comfort in knowing that Diego Costa will probably be wearing a blue shirt next season instead of red and white stripes.

If you missed the match or you want to watch it again, here are the highlights. Due to rights restrictions, the video is only playable in the United States.

Mobile users, you can watch the video here.

6 Responses to WATCH Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid, Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg Match Highlights [VIDEO]

  1. CTBlues says:

    Don’t forget that Atletico is going to have to find a new goal keeper in the off-season.

  2. Jake says:

    Gaffer no mention of Javier Zanetti’s retirement. 19 years he spent at Inter Milan going right into their coaching staff at seasons end. Top player and truly one of thr classiest to step on a pitch.

    • Christopher Harris says:

      Jake, Zanetti doesn’t retire until the end of the season, so we’ll run something then.

      • Jake says:

        Thanks for the feedback Gaffer.
        How do you feel about Cardiff being run by Vincent Tan.
        It’s sad the way he changed them from the blue birds to red dragons.

        • Christopher Harris says:

          Cardiff sold their soul to Vincent Tan to avoid going into administration. It’s pretty sad really, but the downward spiral happened before Tan arrived at the club. But Tan has made the club a laughing stock with the change from blue to red, and his poor decisionmaking.

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