Resilient Bayern wear down Real
Bayern Munich summoned up all their famous resilience to fight back from 2-0 down and beat Real Madrid 3-1 on penalties on Wednesday to set up a Champions League final showdown against Chelsea. [Read More]

Champions League matches reflect beauty of semi-finals| Simon Burnton
Chelsea's thrilling victory over Barcelona was followed by an unpredictable game in Madrid, but will the final follow suit?This week's matches have proved once again that the semi-final is the connois... [Read More]

Lanpard wants to silence critics
Frank Lampard has urged Chelsea to deliver the ultimate response to their critics by clinching their place in next season's Champions League before winning it in Munich. [Read More]

Chelsea beating Barcelona up there with Liverpool win in 2005 - Jamie Redknapp
There was a moment, at 2-0 down, when Didier Drogba hoofed the ball clear and Chelsea looked a beaten team. Like being bitten by a deadly snake, it seemed as if it would be a slow death. [Read More]

Anton Ferdinand to snub John Terry handshake
John Terry is facing further embarrassment this weekend with Anton Ferdinand ready to snub his offer of a handshake. Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers meet at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. [Read More]

Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand will refuse to shake hands with Chelsea's John Terry
Anton Ferdinand, the QPR defender, will not shake hands with John Terry before Sunday's Premier League match at Stamford Bridge [Read More]

Did Chelsea's tactics against Barcelona kill football or embellish it? | Richard Williams
Like a pianist using only one half of the keyboard, Chelsea made the best of a limited range of options to beat BarcelonaOn one side there was delighted admiration for a revelation of character under ... [Read More]

Bayern through to final on penalties
Bayern Munich will meet Chelsea in the Champions League final next month after beating Real Madrid 3-1 on penalties. [Read More]

Chelsea's defeat of Barcelona was beyond triumph - Martin Samuel
Travesty or triumph, asked the radio phone-in. One would think we could tell the difference by now. For the record, it was triumph. [Read More]

John Terry won't lift Champions League trophy
John Terry's lingering hopes of lifting the Champions League trophy are set to be dashed because UEFA do not like banned players participating in the presentation ceremony. [Read More]

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