UEFA Champions League 2006

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UEFA Champions League 2006

Postby qarrar » 22 Feb 2006, 16:42

Real Madrid 0-1 Arsenal
Thierry Henry struck just seconds after half-time to give Arsenal a stunning Champions League victory over Real Madrid in the Bernabeu. Henry shrugged off several challenges to steer a finish past Iker Casillas as Arsenal became the first British side to beat Real in the Spanish capital. Arsenal thoroughly deserved their victory, with Henry and Jose Antonio Reyes missing other good chances. David Beckham wasted Real's best two chances in the first half. Arsenal's display was in sharp contrast to their Premiership struggles as they dominated Real for long periods and left the Galacticos in the shade to take a giant stride towards the last eight. Arsene Wenger's under-strength squad performed with great maturity in the first 45 minutes and should have gone in at half-time with a healthy lead. Henry set up Reyes in the second minute and it took a fine one-handed save from Casillas to prevent Arsenal from grabbing an instant advantage. Real lost Jonathan Woodgate inside the first 10 minutes as he limped off with a hamstring strain - and it took a brilliant saving tackle from Roberto Carlos to rescue the Spanish giants as Arsenal threatened again. Henry was the creator again, playing in Freddie Ljungberg, who rounded Casillas but was denied by the veteran Brazilian as he looked poised to score. And Henry should have given Arsenal the lead after nine minutes when he rose unmarked to meet Reyes' cross, but headed off target. Real finally posed a danger after 26 minutes when Zinedine Zidane's cross found Beckham, but his header was misdirected. And the England captain wasted a glorious chance to put Real ahead six minutes later when Ronaldo robbed Philippe Senderos to send Beckham clear, but Lehmann was quickly out at his feet. Arsenal got the lead their performance deserved immediately after the break when Henry surged past four Real challenges and punished the slack defending with a left-foot finish across Casillas. Real were struggling to exert any authority, and inevitably Raul was introduced in place of the ineffective Robinho after 62 minutes. And within six minutes he almost drew Real level with a flicked header from Beckham's free-kick that flew off target. Arsenal were still a danger, and substitute Aboud Diaby almost marked his entry with a goal after 89 minutes, but once again Casillas saved at his feet. Beckham almost created an equaliser for Ronaldo at the end of five minutes of injury time, but he failed to connect with an inviting cross.
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Postby qarrar » 22 Feb 2006, 16:55

Other Results:
Bayern Munich 1 - 1 AC Milan
Benfica 1 - 0 Liverpool
PSV 0 - 1 Lyon
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Postby Muhammad » 23 Feb 2006, 00:53

CHEALSEA LOOOOSEE!!!YIIPPPEEE!!!
del horno red carded for a rash challenge in the 35th minute on messi..
own goal by motta(barcelona) in the 2nd half followed by own goal by john terry...which was followed by 2 goal line clearances by terry..and a spectacular lob by messi which struck the post...barcelonas 2nd goal was inevitable..atlast it cam in the name of samuel etoo...
haha...2 away goals :D:D:D:D...
chealsea get ready to pack ur bags :D
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Postby qarrar » 23 Feb 2006, 02:46

(V)$ wrote:CHEALSEA LOOOOSEE!!!YIIPPPEEE!!!
del horno red carded for a rash challenge in the 35th minute on messi..
own goal by motta(barcelona) in the 2nd half followed by own goal by john terry...which was followed by 2 goal line clearances by terry..and a spectacular lob by messi which struck the post...barcelonas 2nd goal was inevitable..atlast it cam in the name of samuel etoo...
haha...2 away goals :D:D:D:D...
chealsea get ready to pack ur bags :D

That’s real hatred for the blues whose Champions League hopes hang by a thread now after being condemned to a defeat at Stamford Bridge :!: :!: Soaking the pitch didnt help after all :!: :evil:
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Postby Muhammad » 24 Feb 2006, 18:30

its more lyk hatred for jose mourinho....he feels on top of the world!!
and they say ronaldinho cant play in cold conditions....last year he scored 2 at stamford bridge in similar conditions..this time he created both :D...haha..
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Postby qarrar » 08 Mar 2006, 15:34

(V)$ wrote:its more lyk hatred for jose mourinho....

Chelsea were knocked out of the Champions League after a fine strike from Ronaldinho sent Barcelona into the last eight of the competition. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho blamed his side's Champions League exit on bad luck.
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Postby Muhammad » 10 Mar 2006, 00:09

atlast!!! chealsea get thier own dose!
BAD LUCK??haha..how did he win the champions league with his former team??scoring against manchester united in the last minute?wot doz he cal that?team effort???
n liverpool out 2!!!!haha...wow...is this a dream champions league of mine???
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Postby qarrar » 02 Apr 2006, 16:49

Arsenal 2-0 Juventus (28/03/06)

Arsenal produced a scintillating performance to take a commanding lead after the home leg of their Champions League quarter-final with Juventus.
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Postby qarrar » 06 Apr 2006, 20:48

Juventus 0-0 Arsenal (agg 0-2) (05/04/06)

Arsenal eased through to a Champions League semi-final against Villarreal with a comfortable 0-0 draw in Turin.
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Postby Muhammad » 07 Apr 2006, 11:03

Semi finals : Barcelona V/S AC milan
Arsenal V/S Villareal
i m nt sure abt the dates though..can any body fill me in?
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