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Watch Bayern Munich vs Chelsea Live Stream Free Online, Chelsea may have entered the competition at the group stage, and as a top seed in Group E, but by no means were The Blues considered legitimate challengers for European football's biggest trophy.


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Andre Villas-Boas' side (as it was then) were given what looked a tough group despite the lack of ‘big' names which they managed to top with 11 points, ahead of Bayer Leverkusen who finished on 10 points, as well as Valencia (8 points) and Genk (3 points).


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The opening match day was a good one for Chelsea as they came up against Bayer Leverkusen at Stamford Bridge, turning the German side over 2-0 thanks to a second half goal from David Luiz, while Juan Mata killed things off in the dying moments.

Matchday two saw Chelsea travel to Valencia. A game which on paper looked incredibly tough given the Blues' stuttering league form at the time, however Frank Lampard's 56th minute strike gave them an unlikely lead. From then on it was very much a case of backs to the walls for them, and it looked as though they might have just got away with it until 87th minute when Salomon Kalou gave away a penalty which Roberto Soldado despatched with ease.

A home tie with Genk on matchday three was the perfect tonic for their previous heartbreaking outing in the competition, and the Blues dominated Genk for the full 90 minutes, coming away with a comfortable 5-0 victory. Raul Meireles opened the scoring after just eight minutes before Fernando Torres, at the time serving a domestic suspension, grabbed the first of his two goals on the night three minutes later. Branislav Ivanovic and Salomon Kalou also chipped in with strikes on a memorable night for the club.

Perhaps there was a touch of over confidence and expectancy when they travelled to Genk for the return leg a month later, where they could only manage a 1-1 draw, leaving Group E wide open. Raul Meireles opened the scoring with a thunderous drive off the underside of the crossbar, and comforting second goal was almost Chelsea's however David Luiz has his penalty saved by Laszlo Koteles. The miss would prove costly as Jelle Vossen out muscled Ashely Cole to force home an equalizing goal.

In matchday five, The Blues tasted defeat for the first time in the competition as they continued to underperform away from home, when they took on Bayer Leverkusen. Despite Dider Drogba giving them the lead shortly after half time, a second half equalizer from Eren Derdiyok and a late, late winner from Manuel Freidrich saw the Germans claim the points, and move to the top of the Group E table.

On the final matchday, Chelsea needed to beat Valencia and hope Leverkusen dropped points to top the group, and they stuck to their side of the bargain by beating the Spanish side 3-0 at Stamford Bridge thanks to a double from Didier Drogba and one from Ramires. Meanwhile in Belgium, Genk made things difficult for Leverkusen, and a 1-1 draw between the two sides saw Chelsea top the group, but a difficult tie with Napoli was now on the cards for them.

With pressure mounting on Andre Villas-Boas by the minute, his team selection at the San Paulo was deemed by many to be effectively his own resignation letter as John Terry missed out entirely, while Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard were among the senior names relegated to the bench.

This risky move spectacularly back-fired as the Londoners were downed 3-1 by the Italian side, with Ezequiel Lavezzi grabbing two goals and Edinson Cavani adding another late on to cancel out Juan Mata's opening goal.


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