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  • Chelsea 2-0 Marseille: Terry, Anelka scored

    Chelsea eventually finished second match in Group F with a 2-0 win over Marseille. Two goals in the victory The Blues are scored by John Terry and Nicolas Anelka.

    After reaping the results less satisfactory at domestic league, Chelsea have positive results in the Champions League. Carlo Ancelotti's squad picking their second victory in Group F after overcoming Marseille 2-0.

    Two of Chelsea's winning goal scored by Terry and Anelka from the penalty spot in the first half. The results also make 'The Blue' now leads Group F with six points, equal with Spartak Moscow but ahead in goal difference.

    The game

    At the beginning of the match, Marseille first have a chance after Lucho get the ball after John Terry failed cleared away. Loic Remy had his kick on and the ball wide.

    But Chelsea, who successfully led the first in the 7th minute. Starting from a corner kick by Gael Kakuta and Terry are not awake, do not throw that opportunity to be a goal.

    Chelsea back pressure. In the 13th minute, Florent Malouda had a chance after successfully passing his opponent but his right foot shot is still above the crossbar.

    Two minutes later Anelka's turn to have a chance after getting a beautiful feed from Kakuta. But the French international striker's shot was heading straight to goalkeeper Steve Mandanda.

    In minute 25, Marseille had a chance through Benoit Cheyrou who get the ball near the penalty box. Yet it failed chances into goals after his shot drift.

    Chelsea will still get benefits after M'Bia make a fatal mistake by holding the ball crossing Essien in the 26th minute. Anelka who became executor of doing a good job in order to make Chelsea a 2-0 lead.

    In the 40th minute, Anelka returned to have the opportunity to enlarge the Chelsea victory. But this time his shot was wide of the target and the score of 2-0 last until halftime.

    In the second half, Chelsea had a golden opportunity again. But Alex is still a chance of goalposts. Likewise with the two opportunities that are owned by Essien suspended goalposts Marseille.

    But until referee Frank De Bleeckere blew the long whistle the score remained unchanged for Chelsea 2-0. This victory makes Chelsea still tough to play at Stamford Bridge where last lost at home to 2003 in the Champions League group phase.

    Team Line-up:

    Chelsea: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Branislav Ivanovic, 33-Alex, 26-John Terry, 3-Ashley Cole; 12-John Obi Mikel (46-Josh McEachran 88), 5-Michael Essien, 18-Yuri Zhirkov (23 -Daniel Sturridge 73), 44-Gael Kakuta (7-Ramires 62), 39-Nicolas Anelka, 15-Florent Malouda.

    Olympique Marseille: 30-Steve Mandanda; 12-Charles Kabore, 21-Souleymane Diawara, 17-Stephane Mbia, 19-Gabriel Heinze; 8-Lucho Gonzalez, 6-Edouard Cisse, 7-Benoit Cheyrou (20-Andre Ayew 59); 11-Loic Remy, 10-Andre-Pierre Gignac (28-Mathieu Valbuena 59), 9-Brandao


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