Pep Guardiola was late down to the press room deep in the bowels of the Camp Nou main stand. Very late. It was over an hour after the final whistle and the Camp Nou was empty.
The 4,800 ecstatic Chelsea fans had been the last to leave, singing "We're going to Germany" as they climbed the hundreds of steps down from the third tier. They'd had a great day and night, their pre-match confidence and chants of "Who needs Messi when we've got Kalou?" upheld by the defensive quality in their side on the biggest stage.
The home fans had left on the whistle, not whistling or booing their heroes, but byRead More »from What now for Barcelona?