"Why not". This is the answer to Jose Mourinho has given Didier Drogba in friendly embrace at the end of the challenge Galatasaray Real Madrid. Portuguese technician "Mediaset" has dribluar argument, and so added to the mystery even more. What was the Ivory Coast striker question? It was something personal and has to do with a reunion of the two (to Chelsea or PSG) next season? Chelsea fans, in particular, expect something like open arms.
Barcelona was forced to dig deep to book its place in the Champions League semifinals on away goals with a narrow 1-1 draw against Paris Saint-Germain in their quarterfinal second-leg at Camp Nou on Wednesday. With Lionel Messi at less than full fitness and consigned to the bench for over an hour, the Catalans appeared blunted up front, and were run ragged at the back by the ferocity of PSG's counterattacking approach. And it was one such sequence that saw the Ligue 1 side break the deadlock minutes into the second-half, as Javier Pastore cleverly finished from Zlatan Ibrahimovic's through pass to round off a magnificent break.
Milan fans have a hand to those Dortmund on the pretext that it is stealing their idea for making choreography last night in the game against Malaga. Dortmund made a fantastic view in their stadium, which was mentioned in European media. But an extraterrestrial made in choreography, was formerly done something same from Milan. In the following picture can see the difference and similarities of both choreography
After the match Galatasaray - Real Madrid, many local fans stood near the bus Real Madrid waiting players madrilien to make any photo or to obtain signatures. However, there was a very interesting moment that had to do with the real Ronaldo (the copy). A Turkish fan who përgjante so much with the Portuguese, made a few pictures and remained fascionuar and excited to be met with the most expensive footballer in the world. But its also Ronaldo was amazed with Turkish guy, who kept wearing the shirt of the Portuguese representative and Ronaldo's surname. For more information see the video below ...
He added, "We saw again tonight that the fans here are extraordinary. It's a shame but I think Madrid deserved it. Them scoring so early set us back but in the second half we showed after scoring that we believed in ourselves." The Cote d'Ivoire attacker netted once on Tuesday but he stressed that he would have preferred to progress to the next round rather than score. "[My goal] is not so important because we are out. I don't like to score and be out - for me it doesn't mean anything," Drogba explained. Galatasaray resumes domestic action against Kardemir Karabuk at the weekend.
However, Galatasaray staged a sensational second-half fightback, striking three times through Emmanuel Eboue, Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba, and thought they had levelled matters on aggregate when the latter netted again, only to be ruled offside. "When it went 3-1," Terim told NTV Spor, "Yes, I started to think of going through to the semifinals. It had not been the case up until that moment. "But especially just after Drogba's disallowed goal, that was the the moment when we really believed it." Unfortunately for the hosts, there was to be no coming back from that disappointment, and Ronaldo netted again in injury time to put the outcome beyond all doubt. Terim still had nothing but praise for his players and their supporters.