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  • Hamburg SV 2-1 Chelsea: Lampard, Petric, Son scored

    Chelsea's defeat over Hamburg SV in the last pre-season games at Berlin on Wednesday 04/08/2010. Action late goals to make the Blues lost 1-2 from the Bundesliga club.

    Chelsea's preparations to defend the Premier League title seems to still not convinced. Carlo Ancelotti squad must defeat the third time in consecutive games this pre-season testing.

    After losing to Ajax Amsterdam and Eintracht Frankfurt, this time Chelsea were conquered by Hamburg. This is their last trial match before John Terry to face Manchester United at cs Community Shield this weekend.

    Manager Carlo Ancelotti's team have assembled a tough time against Hamburg on Wednesday (04/08/2010). Using a 4-3-3 formation, led the first Chelsea goal by Frank Lampard in 23 minutes.

    Chelsea almost added advantage in the second round. But Nicolas Anelka goal disallowed in the 53rd minute disallowed because the referee saw him holding the ball first before the score against the host.

    While Hamburg increasingly tough in the second round and Mladen Petric managed to score an equalizer in the 71st minute. He took advantage of mistakes backpass Yuri Zhirkov, melob ball past goalkeeper Ross Turnbull to break down Chelsea.

    Four minutes before the game ended Son Heung Min incoming replace Ruud van Nistelrooy to ensure the victory of Hamburg. He conquered the Turnbull and scored from close range.

    Team Line-up:

    Hamburg (4-4-2): Røst; Diekmeier (Benjamin ht), Demel (Rincon 55), Westermann (c), Demel, Ze Roberto; Petric (Choupo-Moting 81), Jarolím, Tesche (Gacar ht), Pitroipa (Elia 67), Guerrero (Castelen 67), Van Nistelrooy (Son 81).

    Chelsea (4-3-3): Turnbull, Ferreira (Bruma 67), Ivanovic (Carvalho 53), Terry (c), Cole (Zhirkov 61), Essien, Mikel, Lampard (Benayoun 61), Kalou (Drogba ht), Anelka (Kakuta 67), Malouda.


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