Liverpool win means five English teams reach last 16 of Champions League
- Autor: Ricardo Clara Dic 07, 2017,
Dic 07, 2017, 22:49
The Blues enjoyed marginally the better of a tight first half with Alvaro Morata and Davide Zappacosta both being denied by keeper Jan Oblak. In this league, there is a team (City) doing an incredible path, otherwise we stay there.
Liverpool, of course, have a total absence of quality in defence - this is a side for whom 3-0 is a dangerous lead. Meanwhile, Antonio Conte insists Chelsea have nothing to fear in the last 16 even though his side could face Barcelona or PSG. "It's difficult to explain".
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Asked if watching the Swansea game from the sidelines had hurt him, Azpilicueta replied: "Of course!"
Conte reckons it will take a special effort to be crowned Europe's top dog, despite beating the odds in the Premier League last season. Here are who they could face in the last 16.
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If Liverpool do secure top spot that makes things even trickier for Chelsea. It was his third goal of the group stage and served notice that he has the ability to trouble the best. "It means our group was very tough". That's why you want to go through and try and be a protagonist in this tournament.
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