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Two of Chelsea’s greatest European comebacks


James

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Oh, what could, and probably should, have been. It was Real Madrid that had been tipped to progress by online bookmakers, but when Timo Werner put the visitors 3-0 up with barely 15 minutes left on the clock, Chelsea must have thought they’d booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League. But it […]

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4 hours ago, James said:

Oh, what could, and probably should, have been. It was Real Madrid that had been tipped to progress by online bookmakers, but when Timo Werner put the visitors 3-0 up with barely 15 minutes left on the clock, Chelsea must have thought they’d booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League. But it […]

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I'd argue the 2011/12 comeback against Barca was better given the disparity in quality between the two sides and the sheer task we had to turn that tie around mid-game.

But my personal favourite European comeback will always be the Cup Winners Cup semi against Vicenza. The bullet header from Zola and then Mark Hughes with, well, a typical Mark Hughes goal out of nothing. Only a year too after THAT Liverpool comeback. Great times.

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