Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o says the away-leg of their Champions League semi against Chelsea will be very different to last night's 0-0 draw.

"They'll have to attack us," said Eto'o. "They won't play like they did today, with all their players in their half of the field.

"A 0-0 at home isn't a bad result against this team. We every chance of getting to the final of the Champions League."

Asked about the looming clash with Real Madrid, Eto'o added: "Whatever happens at the Bernabeu we will still be leaders. We're trying to take the title back off them, so all the pressure is on Real Madrid."