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u suck ATLETICO THE BEST!!!!!!!
ATLETICO THE BEST!!!!!!!
I always say this ,to those who hate Drogba ,pleace take your time and watch the highlight of the second goal,do that and God will bless you.
i can see highlights from this match!!!!!!!
now i know Drogba is the greates striker that ever live.
Drogba once again showed why, despite being a self-confessed diver and rather too prone to falling over, is, when on form and focused, one of the world’s top strikers.
As with CSKA Moscow, the change of manager at Atletico seems to have been beneficial.
Aguero’s injury time equaliser gained their first point and saved their home record, but the draw was enough to confirm Chelsea’s qualification to the latter stages.
great goals. I love Drogbas balls
Where are the highlights…???
What an educated and substantially thought arguement, I agree in every manner, and have been jacking my log to the prospect of an all of brawl for the past 30 minuet. Hopefully we can meet to bash them out together, swirl the spirm and do a drive thru facial.
It is hard to see how a team that boasts the talents of both Forlan and Aguero can find themselves in 18th position in La Liga and facing relegation.
Chelsea, on the other hand, are topping the EPL and their European table in the most emphatic manner.
Both teams have big games later this week; the Madrid derby, and the visit of Man Utd to Stamford Bridge. Will this affect either their line-ups or their motivation?
It seems that Atletico cannot qualify from this group and Chel$ki cannot fail to…
Realistically, one cannot see anything but a Chel$ki win, but Atletico are still capable of taking the game if they are right on the day…