'Perfect job' needed for Chelsea at Barca - Willian

'Perfect job' needed for Chelsea at Barca - Willian

Darren Sullivan
March 18, 2018

Thibaut Courtois was beaten through his legs twice by Lionel Messi against Barca, the goalkeeper accepting he made mistakes in the tie, but Conte indicated he will not take the Belgium worldwide out of the firing line.

Do you think Barca can go all the way in Europe this season? "We respect Barcelona, they have great players and are a big club... we want do a flawless job to go through to the next round". So, not nice to start the evening like that, and then two other missed passes and we paid for it. I think the score is too much but it is fair because they put the ball in and we didn't. It's my weakest point between my legs.

"We hit the post twice in the first leg and twice again today".

The Catalan side will face Roma across two legs in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in early April.

'You are talking about a player who every season can score 60 goals, not just in one season.

The diminutive forward opened the scoring with a cheeky nutmeg finish in the third minute itself before setting up Ousmane Dembele to extend Barcelona's lead in the 20th minute.

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Conte also complimented his players, while feeling aggrieved his side were not awarded a penalty for a Gerard Pique challenge on Marcos Alonso when 2-0 down.

The Portuguese will be well aware that adding a record-equalling 13th for Manchester United is now the bare minimum requirement from his second season at Old Trafford. At the end, I must be pleased for the commitment of my players.

The FA Cup is now Chelsea's only chance of silverware this term after they were dumped out of the Champions League by Barcelona this week.

The Blaugrana faithful unveiled the epic banner just before kick-off on Wednesday night, with the words "Long Live The King" and an iconic picture of Messi celebrating last year's 6-1 win over PSG emblazoned across the almost 50-foot tifo.

Barca boss Ernesto Valverde said: "That goes with Messi's personality, the sense of responsibility that he has". He forces himself to do that.

"On Sunday I will try to make the best decision because we want to go the next round".