Once more, Jose Mourinho took things right to the edge.
Once again, the Portuguese got what he wanted: A goal-less away draw with Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semi-finals.
ARSENAL 3 (Lukas Podolski 44,78, Olivier Giroud 55)
WEST HAM 1 (Matt Jarvis 40)
Debts were settled at The Emirates yesterday morning (Singapore time). Collectively and individually.
It wasn’t a humiliation. That’s all David Moyes can cling to as he faces up to the grim reality that Manchester United’s season has ended before Easter after their Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich.
It didn’t turn out to be so impossible after all, as Jose Mourinho had earlier suggested.
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This is it. This is Manchester United’s final chance to salvage something from their miserable season.
Only one problem: It’s against Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL, SECOND LEG
CHELSEA v PARIS ST GERMAIN
(Tomorrow, 2.40am, SingTel mio TV Ch 111)
PSG lead 3-1 from first leg
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL,SECOND LEG
BAYERN MUNICH v MAN UNITED (Thursday, 2.40am, SingTel mio TV Ch 111)
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL, FIRST LEG
PARIS ST-GERMAIN 3 CHELSEA 1
Chelsea’s season is beginning to unravel.
QUARTER-FINAL, FIRST LEG
MAN UNITED 1 BAYERN MUNICH 1
So, Bayern Munich are human and Manchester United are not entirely hopeless after all.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho claims that he has all but given up on the Premier League.
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