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Horrible team, awful to watch.

Nothing club who got lucky because South West London is a lovely place to live. If Abramovich hadn't flown over Stamford Bridge and liked the look of it they would still be wallowing in obscurity

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Horrible team, awful to watch.

Nothing club who got lucky because South West London is a lovely place to live. If Abramovich hadn't flown over Stamford Bridge and liked the look of it they would still be wallowing in obscurity

Oh, it feels so so good to inspire this kind of hatred in the Barca bandwagon after what happened last time.

Face it, the better team won.

Also, I just have to say a GIRFUY to everyone who thought we would get pumped 3-4 nil tonight. :pipe:

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Lol, save the celebrations 'til after the second leg.

Perhaps then, Barcelona fans on here should have saved their celebrations till after the first leg? ;)

Swings and roundabouts.

All tonight proves is that Barcelona are not invincible (and that Barcelona haters cry Anti-Football every time they lose)

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Messi was ficking anonymous tonight.

Any time he got the ball he done fuck all with it.

He'd never make in any other league, or with any other team, IMO.

You are just fucking clueless. Seriously, just fuck up :lol:

Braindead doesn't describe you.

No player in the world could have shone tonight against that Chelsea side, considering they had 10 men behind the ball most of the game. I take it by this theory that Xavi/Iniesta couldn't do it in any other league?

Messi put in a better performance tonight than Ronaldo did last night, and Ronaldo had the easier set of circumstances to perform.

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Messi was ficking anonymous tonight.

Any time he got the ball he done fuck all with it.

He'd never make in any other league, or with any other team, IMO.

You have to be kidding? He lacked the end product he usually does and his team mates did but he was still the best barca player out there and did well considering the circumstances he was up against. Not trying to be a messi "fanboy" but his touch was brilliant as usual and took it past 3 or 4 players on numerous occasions not to mention he assisted their best chances.

You can't expect fireworks every time he plays

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