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Lamps: Don't get mad, get even

Frank Lampard wants Chelsea to unleash the burning sense of injustice over their Champions League setback in the second leg at Old Trafford.

Lampard and his team-mates were left fuming after being denied a "blatant" penalty in Wednesday night's 1-0 defeat to Manchester United, which left their season on the brink of unravelling completely.

Patrice Evra appeared to chop down Ramires in the dying seconds at Stamford Bridge, but Spanish referee Alberto Undiano Mallenco became the latest official to rule controversially against Chelsea in a crunch Champions League match in recent seasons.

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lukie1222601d ago

He's right they should focus on the game.
But it was a penalty...

zootang2600d ago (Edited 2600d ago )

Sure was, you could call it Karma. We trample Chelsea with the support of 76,000 fans and the stretford end. Old Trafford will be buzzing!

In Sir Alex I Trust, United We Stand!

Sahil2600d ago

Forget the penalty..
Chelsea didn't play very well, they need to come up with something special, to beat united at trafford.

GJ232600d ago (Edited 2600d ago )

Outside the box means no penalty. Should have been a free kick though. Penalty would have been harsh given United's performance anyway