CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SECOND LEG: Chelsea held at home but book last eight spot
Chelsea eased through to the quarter finals of the Champions League despite being held to a scoreless draw at home to Copenhagen. The Blues 2-0 win in Denmark proved sufficient for them to progress although with the amount of possession they enjoyed the hosts should have scored at least one goal.
The visitor's are clearly no mugs leading the Danish Super League by 19 points but Champions League history was against them as no home team has lost the first leg then managed to progress.
They just lacked that spark to trouble Chelsea although Dame NDoye did shake the home side when his 26th minute free kick crashed against the inside of the post and bounced clear.
Referee: Oddvar Moen (Norway)
Venue: Stamford Bridge Attendance: 36,454
Chelsea scorers: Copenhagen scorers:
CHELSEA 01 Cech 02 Ivanovic 03 A Cole 17 Bosingwa 26 Terry 07 Ramires 08 Lampard 12 Mikel (Essien 83) 18 Zhirkov (Malouda 75) 11 Drogba (yellow card) 39 Anelka (Torres 68)
Substitutes 22 Turnbull, 19 Ferreira, 05 Essien, 15 Malouda, 46 McEachran, 09 Torres, 21 Kalou
FC COPENHAGEN 21 Wiland 15 Antonsson 17 Wendt 25 Jorgensen 03 Bengtsson (Zohore 61) 06 Claudemir (yellow card) 08 Kvist 10 Gronkjaer 20 Vingaard (Santin 74) 30 Bolanos (yellow card) (Kristensen 89) 14 Ndoye
Substitutes 01 Christensen, 24 Hooiveld, 07 Martin Bergvold, 16 Kristensen, 27 Delaney, 11 Santin, 18 Zohore