Saturday May 5, 2012 Final Finished Wembley

Chelsea 2 - 1 Liverpool

  • Ramires 11’
  • Drogba 52’
  • Carroll 64’

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  1. Chelsea beat Liverpool to win the FA Cup

    Chelsea beat Liverpool to win the FA Cup

    Chelsea edged out Liverpool to win the FA Cup final 2-1 at Wembley as Roberto Di Matteo claimed his first piece of silverware as manager. More

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    Time:90'
    • Chelsea
    • Liverpool
    • 90+5' CHELSEA HAVE WON THE FA CUP! The Blues run down the clock, and Chelsea have won the FA Cup final 2-1 courtesy of goals from Ramires and Drogba! Carroll grabbed one back and came agonisingly close to adding a second, but Chelsea and Roberto Di Matteo are victorious! Thanks for joining us. Get in touch with your post-match reaction
    • 90+4' Chelsea are keeping possession well and Liverpool cannot get near the Blues at the moment.
    • 90+3' Chelsea are killing time superbly right now as Malouda and Lampard keep the ball in the Liverpool half.
    • 90+2' Cech claims a high ball in a crowded Chelsea box, and every player is back defending for Di Matteo's side now.
    • 90+1' There will be five added minutes as Malouda comes on and immediately takes up a role as a second left-back.
    • 90' Kalou brings the ball clear with a fine run for a touch of respite, and now Malouda will replace him.
    • 89' Cole fails to shepherd the ball out of play successfully under pressure from Suarez, and he concedes yet another corner.
    • 88' Downing's delivery is headed away by Ivanovic, but almost immediately Kuyt claims a second corner kick, which Terry heads clear.
    • 87' Gerrard takes the free-kick, but it's deflected away for a corner kick which Downing will take. Chelsea are desperately defending to protect this lead.
    • 86' Mikel fouls Carroll on the edge of the Liverpool box, and this will be a very dangerous free kick for Liverpool...
    • 85' Dalglish was clearly convinced that the ball crossed the line with Carroll's header, but replays show that Cech palmed it off the line!
    • 84' Chelsea are really clinging on now, and Liverpool are piling on the pressure.
    • 83' Suarez is booked for his vehement protestations, and Liverpool felt it was a goal - what a save from Petr Cech though, who keeps Chelsea's lead in tact!
    • 82' GOAL? NO! Carroll heads powerfully on target from the back post and Cech makes a stunning save, palming the ball off the line with the ball perilously close to crossing for a goal - it was not a goal, and the referee's assistant gets this spot on!
    • 81' Kuyt almost gets in on goal as he combines with Suarez, before Henderson blasts a wild shot over the crossbar and that was a poor attempt.
    • 80' Cech hurtles out to gather a loose ball as Suarez fails to control a through ball from Gerrard, and it's all Liverpool now.
    • 79' Kalou does well to track back and challenge Enrique, and he comes away with the ball before Drogba fouls Henderson.
    • 78' Dirk Kuyt comes on for Liverpool as Craig Bellamy makes way, and the Dutchman will no doubt do a lot of running in the final 12 minutes.
    • 77' A rather weary Ramires makes way as Raul Meireles is introduced, and Di Matteo turns to fresh legs.
    • 76' Carroll heads over the crossbar as a deep cross is whipped over from Johnson, but Cech watches it sail over the crossbar.
    • 75' These are nervy times for Chelsea, as Cole is forced to head the ball out of touch from inside his own six-yard box.
    • 74' Suarez works an angle with a few yards of space to work Cech, who turns the ball behind for a corner at his near post.
    • 73' Carroll is causing havoc in the final third, and he attacks a cross from the left from Henderson which he heads over the crossbar.
    • 72' Suarez believes he is through on goal as he sneaks behind the Chelsea back four, but the flag - rightly - goes up and halts his run.
    • 71' Fernando Torres is again warming up vigorously, and he may well be introduced to change the momentum of this match.
    • 70' Gerrard fires over the bar! The Liverpool captain latches on to a high ball which he allows to drop, before hammering a wild shot into the stand!
    • 69' Excluding penalty shoot-out defeats, Chelsea are unbeaten in 22 FA Cup games, only one side has ever gone longer without defeat in the competition: Blackburn Rovers between October 1883 and November 1886 (23 games).
    • 68' Enrique and Bellamy combine on halfway, and the Liverpool fans are now in full voice as they implore their side to press forward once more.
    • 67' Now Henderson pulls a shot wide from 20 yards after a knock down from Carroll, and this is much better from Liverpool! /// TelmaJoana predicted a 2-0 win to Chelsea, but it has all changed now. Gee Prince says Liverpool have nothing to lose, and their tails are up!
    • 66' It was actually Bosingwa who dallied and lost the ball outwide on the right for Chelsea, and Liverpool are buoyed by that goal.
    • 65' Terry and Ivanovic could both have done much better there, but what a finish from Carroll!
    • 64' GOAL! Liverpool are right back in this now! Bosingwa loses the ball outwide on the right, and the ball is squared to Carroll, who bides his time and turns Terry inside out before firing an emphatic finish into the roof of the net!
    • 63' Ramires flies down the right, but this time Enrique does well to hold him up and make a fine challenge.
    • 62' Downing loses the ball to Ivanovic, who finds Ramires, and Chelsea continue to break on the counter-attack in very dangerous fashion.
    • 61' Lampard drives a fierce free-kick wide of the far post, but Reina does not read it at all and is flat-footed as the ball runs wide!
    • 59' Suarez is moving rather gingerly as he collides with Lampard, and the Liverpool players are getting pretty frustrated now.
    • 58' This looks like being a stunning day for Roberto Di Matteo, who could become the third Italian manager in three years to win the Cup, after Chelsea's Carlo Ancelotti in 2010 and Manchester City's Roberto Mancini last year.
    • 57' Excluding the Community Shield, Didier Drogba has now scored in all eight of his matches at Wembley.
    • 56' The Chelsea fans are absolutely jubilant now as their side break from deep once more through the ebullient Ramires.
    • 55' On comes Andy Carroll! The big Liverpool forward comes on to replace Jay Spearing, who has been very ineffectual.
    • 53' Drogba now becomes the first-man to score in four different FA Cup finals - he's always the man for Chelsea come the big occasions.
    • 52' GOAL! Drogba makes it two as Chelsea take control of this FA Cup final! Lampard picks out the Chelsea forward, who is given too much space by Skrtel as he drives a low shot into the far corner of the net!
    • 51' Gerrard taps the ball past Ivanovic before taking a tumble, and referee Dowd takes a very dim view of the incident and waves play on. /// Gee Prince believes all Chelsea will look to do is defend from here on in. What do others think?
    • 50' STAT: Only once in their last 29 FA Cup games have Chelsea conceded more than once in a game, keeping 12 clean sheets in this period.
    • 49' Terry is penalised at the back post as he tussles with Skrtel, and that could have gone either way really. Meanwhile, Dalglish is furious with Henderson on the touchline.
    • 48' Ramires charges forward from deep, but he is shepherded well by Johnson, who sees the ball out of play for a Chelsea corner.
    • 47' Manny Taundry believes Downing should be replaced by Carroll, while Arup Singh is calling for the introduction of Fernando Torres and Ofilispeaks remains confident that Liverpool will win. Neither manager has made a change as yet.
    • 46' The second half is underway, and needless to say that there are suddenly plenty of empty seats as many of the spectators finish their main courses.
    • - What is your assessment of that first half? Do you think Chelsea will kick on from here and consolidate their advantage, or do you still believe Liverpool can respond? Get in touch with me on Twitter!
    • 45+1' The half-time whistle goes at Wembley, and Chelsea lead Liverpool 1-0 courtesy of Ramires's 11th minute strike after a fine run past Enrique, and shot which beat Reina at his near post! It has been a fairly tepid first half, but the onus is now on Liverpool to improve at the start of the second. This is the moment Ramires brushed past Enrique...
    • 45' There will be just one added minute at the end of this first half, and Chelsea have Liverpool boxed in with some sustained pressure.
    • 44' Agger is booked for a very similar challenge on Mikel as the one the Chelsea midfielder was booked for earlier on.
    • 43' Johnson and Agger keep the ball at the back before Gerrard picks it up from deep, but there is a huge distance between the Liverpool skipper and Suarez further forward.
    • 42' Liverpool's shape in midfield appears to have changed with Henderson suddenly playing outwide on the right in place of Bellamy, who is playing in behind Suarez.
    • 41' Henderson dinks a cross into the box which Suarez meets with his head, but he can only direct his instinctive effort wide of the far post!
    • 40' STAT: The Blues have won five of their last six FA Cup final appearances, keeping a clean sheet in four of these victories.
    • 39' Lampard picks up the ball from deep and finds Drogba, who takes on a hugely ambitious shot from range which does not remotely concern Reina.
    • 38' Gerrard gets to his feet very gingerly, and Mikel is booked by referee Dowd - rightly so. He will need to be very careful from now on.
    • 37' Mikel fouls Gerrard with an unnecessary late challenge on halfway, and that should earn the midfielder a booking.
    • 36' Cole has a shot blocked from 25 yards out as Bellamy tracks him all the way back, before Skrtel fouls Drogba at a Liverpool free-kick.
    • 35' There is no particular reason for Torres to be warming up quite so vigorously, but we will have to see. Perhaps he is just very, very keen or just cold.
    • 34' Spearing is jeered as he lumps a horrid attempted long ball out of play, and that's very poor. Meanwhile, one Fernando Torres is warming up...
    • 33' Lampard has a free kick 25 yards out which Liverpool clear through Agger, but Enrique can do little on the counter-attack.
    • 32' A period of head-tennis ensues in midfield, before Enrique carves down Ramires with a poor challenge: he's very lucky not to be booked.
    • 31' Spearing gets a tad impatient and frustrated as he misplaces a pass through to Suarez, and Chelsea can build once more.
    • 30' Mikel gives the ball away to Agger after Spearing loses it to Ramires, and it's slightly scrappy all of a sudden.
    • 29' Liverpool keep the ball at the back as the Reds attempt to build some momentum in this first half with Gerrard and Spearing dropping very deep.
    • 28' Ramires makes another surging run through the Liverpool half, but this time he lacks conviction and misplaces a pass intended for Drogba.
    • 27' This is the moment Chelsea broke the deadlock: Ramires celebrates the opening goal...
    • 26' Lampard does very well to make an impeccable challenge on Suarez on the edge of the Chelsea box, and that had to be perfect.
    • 25' STAT: There has never been a draw in the nine previous FA Cup meetings between these teams, with Chelsea holding a narrow (5-4) advantage in the head to head record
    • 24' Mata is playing a key role in behind Drogba, and Liverpool are not managing to pick him up at the moment.
    • 23' Kalou produces a brilliant run through the Liverpool half, and he cuts in on his right foot before finally being challenged by Agger - a fine run!
    • 22' Spearing attempts a long ball for Suarez, but Bosingwa is able to shepherd the ball out of play.
    • 21' Gerrard is dropping extremely deep and spraying long balls around, but they are not really finding their targets at the moment.
    • 20' Bellamy is caught offside in very sloppy fashion as he fails to retreat in time, and Johnson catches him out of position.
    • 19' Liverpool have won their last four games against Chelsea in all competitions, scoring seven goals and conceding just one in the process.
    • 18' It's a very shaky start from Reina, who almost drops the ball under his own crossbar from Ramires's cross. Chelsea have the edge.
    • 17' Suarez looks to lob Petr Cech from his own-half, but his shot is horribly miscued. Didn't even reach the area. Liverpool are yet to really settle in this match.
    • 16' Reina collects a loose ball in his area with composure, and he will be desperate to make amends for that goal - he really should not have been beaten at his near post in that fashion.
    • 15' Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight FA Cup final appearances (2-0 v Sunderland in 1992).
    • 14' Bellamy almost capitalises on a loose ball in the Chelsea box as Ivanovic fails to clear, but the Welshman's shot is blocked away!
    • 13' Mata feels as though he is tripped by Spearing as he goes down inside the Liverpool half, but referee Dowd waves play on.
    • 12' The Chelsea fans are in full voice as Ramires puts their side in front, and that was a very well taken goal from the midfielder. Liverpool are stunned.
    • 11' GOAL! Mata feeds Ramires out on the right, and he brushes past Enrique with alarming ease before firing past Reina at his near post - poor from Liverpool, and Chelsea are in front!
    • 10' Chelsea have only lost one of their last 33 FA Cup matches (excluding penalty shootout defeats).
    • 9' Ramires keeps the ball in midfield along with Mikel as Chelsea continue to dictate the early play, but Drogba then loses the ball to Skrtel before Gerrard blasts the ball out of play.
    • 8' Chelsea settle the game down with a prolonged period of possession in their own half, and Liverpool are seemingly happy to let them keep the ball at the back.
    • 7' Only three teams have previously won the League Cup and FA Cup in the same season: Arsenal in 92/93, Liverpool in 00/01 and Chelsea in 06/07. Liverpool could become the first team to achieve two FA/League Cup doubles, after they won both cups in 2000/01.
    • 6' Enrique brings the ball down the right, but he is well marshalled by Bosingwa and has to turn back towards his own goal and find Agger.
    • 5' Agger finds Gerrard, who skips past Drogba and is tripped up by the forward as he wins a free kick for the Reds on halfway.
    • 4' Mata bursts down the left, but Skrtel does well to slide in and make a firm challenge, turning the ball out of play. The atmosphere, it has to be said, is superb.
    • 3' STAT: On all three occasions Liverpool had beaten Everton in an FA Cup semi-final before this season, the Reds went on to lose the final.
    • 2' Mikel wins a towering header in midfield, but Spearing really didn't have a chance there. Chelsea keep the ball for the majority of the opening two minutes.
    • 1' The first half is underway at Wembley Stadium, and Chelsea immediately stroke the ball around at the back before Didier Drogba shoots wildly over the crossbar! Why not?!
    • 17:14 The referee for this afternoon's clash is Phil Dowd. We're ready for kick-off...
    • 17:12 England legend Jimmy Armfield is introduced to the two sides, with Liverpool still in their tracksuits and Chelsea ready to play as the national anthem is belted out...
    • 17:10 The traditional hymn 'Abide with me' is sung at Wembley in a rather haunting, yet beautiful, fashion. The flags and scarves are out in force around the stadium, and finally - FINALLY - the players emerge from the tunnel! We're all set...
    • 17:05 What do you think the scoreline will be this afternoon and who are you backing to get on the scoresheet? This is how the satchel swingers go: Liverpool 2/1, Chelsea 7/5, Draw 9/4. Get in touch with your predictions!
    • 17:00 STAT: Chelsea are in the FA Cup final for the fourth time out of a possible six at the new Wembley. They won all previous three.
    • 16:55 Roberto Di Matteo: "My players have given everything. We've been asking them to push and push and push and they've done well. We'll regroup and pick them up. We've got a big game, a great final, and we'll go again. We'll look forward to the FA Cup final. It's a great event and the motivation is going to be there."
    • 16:50 Kenny Dalglish: “Is fourth more important than winning a cup? It's usually the people who aren't in the cup finals who say that. You can argue that financially finishing in the top four and qualifying for the Champions League is more beneficial than winning the FA Cup. But when you go to play in the cup final you don't think about finance. You are just thinking about winning so there are arguments both ways."
    • 16:45 Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes the importance of the FA Cup is highlighted by its global reach. "The FA Cup is special, and not just for us English guys," said the England midfielder, who will lead his side out in a Wembley final for the second time in less than three months after a Carling Cup victory. "All the foreign lads are sat there in the dressing room saying they can't wait for it. It just goes to show how big this competition is worldwide." Gerrard quotes in full
    • 16:40 "Certainly they have had a terrible season under Kenny Dalglish and people are now living in this world where they are kidding themselves that winning two cups is a great season. I think that is a myth and it is an embarrassment to what Liverpool were as a club two or three decades ago. Liverpool have always been about winning leagues and winning European Cups." Those are the words of Paul Parker. Have a quick read of his blog: Di Matteo set for final flourish
    • 16:35 So, to confirm, neither Fernando Torres nor Andy Carroll start today. Both clubs decid to leave their most expensive ever players - at a combined £85million - on the bench, with Didier Drogba and Craig Bellamy given the nods instead. Chelsea recall Frank Lampard, Juan Mata and Ashley Cole, while Liverpool bring back Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez, Jose Reina and Daniel Agger, with Jamie Carragher missing out.
    • 16:30 Liverpool have already picked up a trophy this season with a win over Cardiff City on penalties in the League Cup final in February. Their league form though, has been erratic and continued to disappoint on Tuesday when a side showing nine changes from the previous game lost 1-0 at Anfield to Fulham - the first time Fulham had won a match there in 30 attempts over 78 years.
    • 16:25 Glyn Dolan believes Jay Spearing should not be starting, while Dan Davenport thinks Kenny Dalglish's side have been very poor this season and will finish seventh or eighth. Murray Hughes is going for a Liverpool win today, and thinks the Reds will overpower Chelsea. What do others think?
    • 16:20 Chelsea coach Roberto Di Matteo, who has transformed their season since taking over from Andre Villas-Boas at the beginning of March, has a special affinity with the FA Cup and holds two records that can never be broken. His goal after 43 seconds for Chelsea in the 1997 win over Middlesbrough was the fastest ever scored in the final at the old Wembley and his winner against Aston Villa in 2000 was the last FA Cup final goal there before the stadium was demolished.
    • 16:15 Either Fernando Torres of Chelsea or Andy Carroll of Liverpool, who have both hugely under-achieved since their record-breaking transfers last year, will claim one of football's biggest prizes today. But neither starts.
    • 16:10 What do you make of the two teams? Are you happy with the line-ups selected by Kenny Dalglish and Roberto Di Matteo? Get in touch with me on Twitter!
    • 16:05 CHELSEA: Cech, Bosingwa, Ivanovic, Terry, Cole, Ramires, Mikel, Lampard, Kalou, Drogba, Mata. Subs: Turnbull, Essien, Torres, Malouda, Meireles, Ferreira, Sturridge. LIVERPOOL: Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Jose Enrique, Spearing, Henderson, Downing, Gerrard, Bellamy, Suarez. Subs: Doni, Carroll, Maxi, Kuyt, Carragher, Shelvey, Kelly
    • 16:00 We now have a marching band stalking the touchline, while the Liverpool players read the matchday programme. Luis Suarez is wearing a humongous pair of bright red headphones, and Jamie Carragher is waving and shouting to a few friends in the stands.
    • 15:55 "In the hyperbolic world of English football there is always a rush to identify a "must-win" game, but it is no exaggeration to state that Liverpool's entire season rests on Saturday's FA Cup final. After a campaign beset by controversy, mediocrity and Stewart Downing, only a victory against Chelsea will truly redeem Kenny Dalglish and his multi-million pound under-performers and make this a season worth recording in the vast and storied annals of the club's glorious history." The words of Early Doors: All or nothing for Liverpool
    • 15:50 For the second season running it will be played on the same day as a Premier League fixture, although at least the early evening start does mean there will be a few hours between the end of Arsenal's match with Norwich, unlike last year, when Manchester United were celebrating their Premier League title win at Blackburn as Manchester City were starring in the showpiece against Stoke. Report: Arsenal held by Norwich in thriller
    • 15:45 Manchester United are not involved in the Cup final, but that hasn't stopped Sir Alex Ferguson having his say. The United boss has blasted the decision to break with tradition and shunt the FA Cup final out of its 3pm slot. "Look at the FA Cup final, a 5.15 kick-off, it's absolutely ridiculous," he said. "They have changed the FA Cup time for the most prestigious cup competition in the world just to get an audience." Sir Alex's quotes in full
    • 15:40 Chelsea's first win was not until 1970 - also against Leeds United - 99 years after the competition started in the 1871-72 season. But Di Matteo has enjoyed this competition over the years as a player, of course.
    • 15:35 Chelsea beat Liverpool 3-2 in the 2005 League Cup final but this will be the first time they have faced each other in the FA Cup final. Their last FA Cup meeting was in April 2006 when Liverpool beat Chelsea 2-1 in the semi-final.
    • 15:30 Liverpool are taking part in their 14th FA Cup final having won it in 1965, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 2001 and 2006. Their six defeats were in 1914, 1950, 1971, 1977, 1988 and 1996.
    • 15:25 Liverpool have won the FA Cup seven times, Chelsea have won it six times, but neither club won it for the first 94 years of the competition's existence until Liverpool's 1965 win over Leeds United.
    • 15:20 We look at three critical head-to-head confrontations ahead of the FA Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea at Wembley. FA Cup final: Key comparisons
    • 15:15 Good afternoon and welcome to Eurosport-Yahoo!'s live coverage of the FA Cup final! Liverpool are seeking a Cup double, while Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo is looking for his first piece of silverware as the manager of the club at Wembley Stadium today.
  • Summary

    • 82' GOAL? NO! Carroll heads powerfully on target from the back post and Cech makes a stunning save, palming the ball off the line with the ball perilously close to crossing for a goal - it was not a goal, and the referee's assistant gets this spot on!
    • 64' GOAL! Liverpool are right back in this now! Bosingwa loses the ball outwide on the right, and the ball is squared to Carroll, who bides his time and turns Terry inside out before firing an emphatic finish into the roof of the net!
    • 52' GOAL! Drogba makes it two as Chelsea take control of this FA Cup final! Lampard picks out the Chelsea forward, who is given too much space by Skrtel as he drives a low shot into the far corner of the net!
    • 41' Henderson dinks a cross into the box which Suarez meets with his head, but he can only direct his instinctive effort wide of the far post!
    • 14' Bellamy almost capitalises on a loose ball in the Chelsea box as Ivanovic fails to clear, but the Welshman's shot is blocked away!
    • 11' GOAL! Mata feeds Ramires out on the right, and he brushes past Enrique with alarming ease before firing past Reina at his near post - poor from Liverpool, and Chelsea are in front!
    • 16:05 CHELSEA: Cech, Bosingwa, Ivanovic, Terry, Cole, Ramires, Mikel, Lampard, Kalou, Drogba, Mata. Subs: Turnbull, Essien, Torres, Malouda, Meireles, Ferreira, Sturridge. LIVERPOOL: Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Jose Enrique, Spearing, Henderson, Downing, Gerrard, Bellamy, Suarez. Subs: Doni, Carroll, Maxi, Kuyt, Carragher, Shelvey, Kelly

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      Goal Substitution Out77′ 7.7 7
      Substitution Out90′ 7.4 8
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  1. chelsea are the best espesically ramires on 11th­ minute a beauti

    From Hersi, on Thu 10 May 18:47
  2. stop maoning about the goal that did or did not cross­ the line it swings in round abouts liverpool went on to­ win the champions league with a goal that did not cross­ the line against chelsea

    From Thomas, on Tue 8 May 9:46
  3. come on Chelsea we can win­ this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!­ !!!!!!!

    From G, on Tue 8 May 7:56
  4. anyone can win a game playing with 15 players. shame­ on­ FA who is still in the Middle Ages

    From Orange LK, on Tue 8 May 3:17
  5. it was not a goal how bout lampard vs germany it was­ but carol no not 100% over the line only half plus it­ was close no goal face it chelsea dont cheat well­ sometimes but manchester gaynited and gay rooney cheat­ period

    From Nicholas, on Mon 7 May 5:35
  6. Please sell Spearing..2 goals mistake from him.. we­ need 1star player for midfielder .. miss the way hw­ alonso n mascherano played for Liv.. dont waste a lot­ of money to buy 50-50 player that can perform, so risk­ (like henderson 20m, caroll 35m, downing 23m = 78m)..­ hopefully season 2012-2013 will bring star players and­ then target for Champion league.. YNWA

    From ramdan, on Mon 7 May 5:24
  7. despite their 30 plus point advantage (thanks to­ cheating etc) on the record book's Man U will­ register ZERO for this season, hopefully, come on City­ do all thats good about football good next week.

    From Michael, on Mon 7 May 0:46
  8. where is the bleating anfield star this week , he­ only sings when he's winning , thats not much this­ year

    From windswept, on Sun 6 May 20:08
  9. It's incredible how many people say that Chelsea­ are going to lose BM. aRE THESE THE SAME PEOPLE WHO­ SAID THEY HAD NO CHANCE OF EVEN SCORING AGAINST bARCA

    From PAUL L, on Sun 6 May 18:49
  10. From SYED AZAM, do you even live in the city of­ loserfool ,,

    From windswept, on Sun 6 May 18:33
  11. 577 you are blind , studs up stevie should have got a­ strait red after 11 mins ,or a least yellow , plus­ another yellow for the studs up stevie starfish dive in­ the second half . a goal is only a goal if the ref­ gives it ,,

    From windswept, on Sun 6 May 18:24
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    I thought that the team that scored the most Goals­ usually won the Game so why did the Game not go into­ extra time ??? after all it was 2:2 up to 90+ 5­ minutes, (Ooh I forgot you can cheat also ).

    From Michael, on Sun 6 May 18:20
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    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:59
  14. Sack queen kenny

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:57
  15. Anyone else who spent £120m to finish 9th with the­ mickey mouse cup would have been long sacked

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:56
  16. The americans went for the safe option as opoosed to­ the progressive option

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:52
  17. Doogleesh should have been sacked a long while since

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:50
  18. After spending £120m stick to the mickey mouse cup

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Sun 6 May 14:49
  19. Looking at the comments its easy to understand why­ liverpool and manchester united are the most hated­ teams in britain, they simply cannot accept defeat with­ grace, pathetic!!!!

    From martin, on Sun 6 May 12:58
  20. the ball didnt go over the line? replays showed it­ didnt love how bias you always are dont know why i use­ yahoo

    From Seamus, on Sun 6 May 12:12
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