|02-11-06, 09:52 PM||#1|
صور+موقع مايكل بالاك
هاذا صور بالاك وموقعه
وهاذا الموقع وشكرا لكم
والاخبار بس للاسف بالانجليزي
Chelsea twice came back from a one-goal deficit at Barcelona's Nou Camp to earn a valuable point tonight. Frank Lampard scored with a stunning curling shot from a tight angle to make it 1-1, and three minutes into injury time Didier Drogba was on target to frustrate the title-holders. Chelsea now have an excellent chance to finish first in what was (and probably still is) referred to as the Champions League's Group of Death.
There were almost 100,000 fervent fans on hand to watch the big clash of the two giants. And they were given reason to cheer after all of three minutes, when Deco's distance shot made the net bulge to give the hosts an early lead. On 18 minutes, Michael Ballack was presented with an opportunity to equalise, but his effort cleared the bar by a few inches. However, this was the signal for Chelsea to get back into the game.
Yet it wasn't until the 52nd minute that the deserved goal finally came. And what a beauty it was! Lampard trapped a long ball, yet the momentum carried him all the way to the byline. Everyone, including Barca's defence, was expecting a cross back into the goalmouth, but Lampard curled the ball into the far corner from what was certainly an impossible angle.
But Barcelona hit back almost immediately. Former Chelsea player Eidur Gudjohnsen restored the Catalans' lead six minutes after Lampard's glorious goal, and it looked as if the hosts would take revenge for their loss at Stamford Bridge. But deep into stoppage time, a fine move resulted in Cheslea's second goal: Essien's long pass found Lampard who headed the ball into the path of Drogba - and the Ivoria
Another Ballack goal, another win
Today's game away at Sheffield United gave Chelsea coach José Mourinho quite a lot of reasons for delight. Such as his team's fifth win in a row. Or another goal from Michael Ballack, whose header on 48 minutes made it 2-0 and decided the game. And of course the fact that stand-in goalkeeper Hilário is playing better and better: today he saved a penalty at a crucial moment in the match. But there have also been news that are less good.
Striker Didier Drogba had be taken out of the game during the break, and Andriy Shevchenko has been suffering from muscle problems which prevented his travelling to Sheffield with the Chelsea squad. The problem with those injury woes is that they hit Chelsea shortly before their much-anticipated Champions League clash with Barcelona on Tuesday. Still, Mourinho was able to joke about the situation: "Against Barcelona, the first time we played without two keepers. Maybe it is time to play without two strikers."
But even the worst-case scenario shouldn't dampen the Chelsea faithfuls' optimism. Because there are players who can and will step into the breach, such as midfielders Frank Lampard and Ballack, who were both on target against Sheffield. Lampard scored from well over 25 yards out with a free kick to bring his team ahead (42'). It was his fifth goal of the season, but the Blues had to thank their keeper for the fact that this was the first goal of the game. That's because the hosts had been awarded a debatable penalty after a quarter of an hour. However, Hilário saved from Danny Webber.
Three minutes into the second half, Ballack put the match beyond doubt: Robben set up Lampard, whose cross from the left flank was headed home by Ballack, who far outjumped his marker Nick Montgomery, at the far post. During the remainder of the game, Chelsea were never really in danger - except maybe from the studs of their opponents, as there were a few nasty tackles who threatened to decimate the squad even further.
وشكرا وانشالله تسوون شي على هاذا التعب
|05-11-06, 03:33 PM||#7|
مشكوووووؤؤؤؤؤؤر على الصور والموقع
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