Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Quarter Finals Man U vs Chelsea live stream free online UEFA Champions League on 06-04-2011 .

Chelsea vs Manchester United live stream // 06-04-2011
The UEFA Champions League // Venue :- Stamford Bridge
Date : Wednesday, 06 April 2011
Game start Time : 20:45 (CET) 19:45 (GMT)
Quarter Finals (First Leg) :: UEFA Champions League 2010/2011

Champions League Quarter Final First Leg: Chelsea vs Manchester United. This is the match between two very exciting teams who only know one way of playing and that is going forward and scoring goals. They tend to struggle against the teams which are physical in nature but since both of these teams pretty similar in style it will be interesting to see how they go about this match. Real Madrid have been playing some real good football and they will be looking to get a good result in this tie and make it to the next round.

Chelsea vs Man United Preview UEFA Champions League Tonight 06/04/2011. Chelsea vs Man United Match Champions League Match tonight kick off time 20:45 CET 19:45 UK at Stamford Bridge - London, Carlo Ancelotti and Sir Alex Ferguson both played down the significance of Manchester United FC's victory against Chelsea FC in the 2008 UEFA Champions League final as their sides prepare to renew acquaintances in the quarter-finals, although the former acknowledges victory would be a big step in the "history" of his club. Sir Alex, meanwhile, welcomes back some key defensive personnel and is aiming to take the initiative ahead of next week's return in Manchester.

Carlo Ancelotti, Chelsea manager
We have to play 180 minutes so obviously we want to start well, but everything will be settled at Old Trafford. Nothing will be decided tomorrow. It'll be different playing United in the Champions League. We have very good confidence and are concentrated. We want to reach the semi-final if possible; if we play better than United we can do that.

[The 2008 final] is the past and doesn't matter. I have a good record against United but we want to focus on the next game and that will be a different story. We're in good shape. We have to play against a fantastic team, but we have the confidence to do our best. For many years Chelsea have been very close to winning the Champions League and they have the players to win it. Unfortunately they were not good at those moments, but hopefully this season we will have better luck. The Champions League is not an obsession; it is the most important competition in the world and it's fantastic. I told my players that we have to be happy because every player and manager in the world wants to be involved in matches like this. You have to be happy to have that chance but you want to win also. This type of game can grow your history as a club, so it's important we progress.

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FRANK LAMPARD has only nightmare memories of the Champions League – but intends to change all that against Manchester United tonight. The Chelsea midfielder is still haunted by his side’s crushing loss to United in the 2008 final in Moscow, when John Terry slipped in the shoot-out.

But his disappointments in ­Europe’s top club competition go even deeper than that after a ­career full of heartache chasing Roman Abramovich’s most wanted trophy. Lampard has also lost FOUR Champions League semi-finals, ­including a real heart-breaker in 2009 against Barcelona after Andres Iniesta’s late, late away goal.

But the England star aims to make amends in style this season by finally leading Chelsea all the way – starting tonight in his 500th game for the club. Lampard said: “Looking back over my career, there have been a few painful memories. Moscow is one of them, being so close.

Frank Lampard insists revenge is the furthest thing from his mind ahead of Chelsea's UEFA Champions League clash with Manchester United. The Blues face United twice in the next week in a quarter-final which is a repeat of their agonising final defeat in Moscow three years ago. Wednesday's first leg will be Lampard's 500th Chelsea appearance and there is no doubt which was his most painful game for the club.

But the 32-year-old was adamant tonight that he was too old to bear a grudge over events of May 2008."I really promise you, revenge certainly isn't in our minds," said the midfielder, who scored the equaliser in a final which Chelsea lost on penalties.

"When you play for a long period of time, as I have here, you see the ups and downs. You collect them. "You don't any feel thoughts of revenge or anything against anyone. "You understand you can't always be successful and win." United have not won at Stamford Bridge for nine years, a situation Patrice Evra is at a loss to explain.

"It is something very strange," he said. "Always we have the sensation we have played very well against Chelsea. In the end, at Stamford Bridge we always lose. "Five weeks ago, there was only one team on the pitch. One year ago, we lost to a strange decision. "The key is our concentration. We can play better than them but we must concentrate until the last minute."

For the first time in a while, Sir Alex Ferguson is having to give some thought to the defensive make-up of his team. Jonny Evans' availability after a domestic suspension offers an instant enhancing of his squad strength but it is the knowledge that Rafael and Rio Ferdinand made the trip south on Tuesday afternoon which is just as important.

Both would be part of Ferguson's first-choice back four, although for Ferdinand in particular, the dilemma over whether to pick him is thanks to a combination of the 32-year-old's own rustiness after two months on the sidelines with a calf strain and Chris Smalling's outstanding form alongside Nemanja Vidic

Forget the fact that Chelsea had to come from behind to get a draw away at Stoke. Dismiss United’s dismal record at Stamford Bridge in the last few years. Throw the form book onto the fire. There’s no way it will give you any clues as to what’s going to happen at Stamford Bridge tonight. With nothing to separate the two teams on paper, it is in the mind, not the form book where the game will be won or lost, and in particular, the one-on-one battles on the pitch.

Before his players can take to the pitch however, Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has some mental juggling of his own to do. Many would welcome the headache of having to pick two strikers from Fernando Torres, Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, but this decision in itself could be the difference between victory and defeat for Chelsea.

While many would opt for the immense direct threat of Drogba and Torres, the Spaniard is yet to find a goal, and the way Drogba and Anelka linked up so sublimely for the equaliser against Stoke might just be giving Ancelotti cause for thought.

Whichever combination gets the nod, they will have to prey on the inexperienced Chris Smalling, who conceded a crucial penalty the last time these teams met a month ago. This will be no small task though, as while the penalty may be nagging in the back of his mind, it is more likely to spur him on to a better performance, to make amends rather than to make another mistake. If his performance against Marseille in this competition is any indication, they will have to work very hard to unsettle him, and pounce on any opportunity that presents itself.

Similarly, at the other end of the field is a key mental encounter which could prove to be the difference. Wayne Rooney has been in the media spotlight for various reasons for the best part of a year.

While he seems to have put a few months’ poor form behind him, the media glare has only intensified, especially since he swore at a television camera on Saturday after completing a hat-trick against West Ham.

There’s no doubt that this was a crime of passion, and that the real travesty was the over-reaction to the whole affair, but Chelsea’s centre-backs can still cash in on this mental unrest and turn it to their advantage. If they can ruffle Rooney’s feathers, they may just have the beating of him.

Fail to do so however, and it may well be Rooney who comes out on top. With David Luiz cup-tied, the increasingly-out-of-favour Branislav Ivanovic partners John Terry at centre-back. While he’s certainly no slouch, he may be fighting for his Chelsea career, and needs to cover well for John Terry’s slight lack of pace if they are to keep Rooney at bay.

Another man Chelsea must beware of is Nani. The Portuguese playmaker has improved beyond all recognition over the last two seasons. No longer the ‘New Ronaldo’, he is a genuine threat in his own right, and Ashley Cole in particular will have to be very careful when making his trademark forward runs. Should Cole get caught out of position, Nani could well unlock Chelsea’s defence.

An exciting prospect in store then, with Chelsea aching for a first Champions League trophy, and United looking to add another treble to their honours list, neither team could countenance a loss tonight as the privilege to be the sole hope of an English side represented in the Champions League Final to be held on Wembley soil begins.

When Fernando Torres made his controversial move to Chelsea at the end of the January transfer window, his main reason for leaving Liverpool was the opportunity to showcase his talent on Europe’s biggest stage, the UEFA Champions League. Ten weeks on and without a Chelsea goal or match winning performance to his name, is Wednesday nights Quarter Final clash with Manchester United Torres’ time to prove to everyone that he is not an expensive flop and still one of the most feared front men in the world?

It is Torres’ former employers whose fans regularly coin the phrase ‘Form is temporary, class is permanent’ and the £50 million man will be hoping that he is no exception. Many believe that it is only a matter of time before the striker starts banging in the goals again and who would bet against him notching his first Chelsea goal in undoubtedly his biggest club game for almost three years. Torres’ predicament is certainly a nice sideshow to what is a hugely important contest and one in which Sir Alex Ferguson’s charges will be desperate to gain the upper hand in.

The arch-rivals meet in the competition for the first time since United’s famous 6-5 victory on penalties at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow back in 2008. The Blues will be seeking revenge and have a great record against the Red Devils having defeated them in 6 of the last 10 matches at Stamford Bridge. For anyone thinking that this may play a part in swinging this first game in Chelsea’s favour should think on though, as United’s away record in the Champions league is second to none having only lost once in their last 21 away matches, that being a 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich last term at the Allianz Arena.

United come into the clash on the back of a stirring comeback against West Ham at the weekend which saw a sublime Wayne Rooney hat-trick and another goal from Javier Hernandez secure a 4-2 victory. United, with three forwards in fine fettle and an ever improving central defensive pairing of Nemanja Vidic and Chris Smalling, will be confident of getting a result to take back to Old Trafford despite a 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League in March.

The fortress that was Stamford Bridge during Jose Mourinho’s spell in charge has been diminished somewhat this season following home defeats to Liverpool and a 3-0 drubbing by Sunderland. In contrast to their patchy league form which has seen the London club stutter over the past three to four months, the Blues have been in far more impressive form in the Champions League despite weaker opposition in the shape of F.C Copenhagen and MSK Zilina. The signing of David Luiz, which went by quite unnoticeably next to £50 million man Torres has been a revelation, the centre back putting in a string of highly impressive performances which have also complemented John Terry’s more aggressive style of defending. Luiz, a scorer when Chelsea last beat United at the Bridge, will unfortunately for the Blues be unavailable for this tie, having already played for Benfica in this year’s competition.

It is always hard to predict a winner when two English teams of such a high calibre meet in Europe. This has been proven in the clashes between Arsenal and Liverpool and Chelsea and Liverpool in the last 6 years. This writer most certainly envisages a tight affair where one moment of brilliance could shape the game and the tie as a whole. Sir Alex will be hopeful, with the firepower at his disposal of sneaking an away goal whilst Carlo Ancelotti will be looking for a magic spark from Torres who he has recently admitted ‘must improve’ in Chelsea Blue.

Team news


Alex has been out with a knee injury since 28 November but Yossi Benayoun is available again after recovering from a torn Achilles suffered in September. He came on for the last 20 minutes of Israel's UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying victory win against Georgia on 29 March.

Manchester United

Park Ji-Sung (hamstring) and Michael Owen (groin) returned to the reckoning on Saturday and Sir Alex confirmed Jonny Evans, John O'Shea, Rafael and Wes Brown are all available. He is not sure if, after a week's training, Rio Ferdinand is ready to return after two months out. Darren Fletcher missed Tuesday's training with a virus while Wayne Rooney sat out part of the session due to a bruised shin although Sir Alex said: "I'm sure he'll be fit".

Weekend results
Saturday: Stoke City FC 1-1 Chelsea
(Walters 8; Drogba 33)
Didier Drogba's first goal in 11 games helped Chelsea stretch their unbeaten run to eight matches, winning four and drawing four since losing to Liverpool FC on 6 February. The Ivorian international also hit the woodwork twice, as did Stoke, but neither side could force a winner.

Saturday: West Ham United FC 2-4 United
(Noble 11pen 25 pen; Rooney 65 73 79pen, Hernández 84)
Rooney struck his first hat-trick since January 2010, moving to 101 Premier League goals for the club, as Sir Alex's side came from 2-0 down to claim a fourth successive win. It was only United's second victory in six away games in all competitions.

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