Thursday, February 24, 2011

After the disappointment of FA Cup exit last weekend at the hands of Everton striker Nicolas Anelka to give some relief for the Blues boss was the two goals that put the network in a comfortable position for Chelsea to the quarter-final stage of the Champions Cup. Ancelotti chose to put Didier Drogba on the bench when he used the 4-4-2 formation with Anelka and Torres driving machinery attacks. Anelka repay that trust with two clinical goals for the network in Europe, bringing the total this season to seven from six games, while Torres almost broke the deadlock goals since moving from Liverpool. When asked whether they are the best team in Europe, Ancelotti said: "Yes, I think so.We want to maintain the fitness of players, players rotate between the Premier League and Champions Cup will bring much benefit to the players.
"They accepted my decision without any problems, and this is important. For they are available and can be lowered is important at this juncture.
"We had a great striker. I need to make a decision about whether to fight them down or not. Didier played for two hours against Everton. Torres and Anelka is willing and energetic, and they played well. "
Bos Copenhagen, Stale Solbakken said: "We lost to a better team. They are stronger and we will do a lot of mistakes. Frankly, some of my players did not play well. Chelsea is sharp and quick. 
"There are players I played well but others did not play as shown in previous matches." - 

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