Chelsea’s billionaire owner Roman Abramovich learned last night that success on the soccer field can come when you least expect it.
For clues to how the German economy stands out from the European debt crisis, look no further than Champions League finalist Bayern Munich.
In what may have been his last game for Chelsea, Didier Drogba struck a blow for the oldies.
Inter Milan scored with two minutes to play to keep alive the defense of its Champions League soccer title, while Manchester United withstood a late rally by Marseille to advance to the quarterfinals.
Bayern Munich beat Lyon 1-0 in their opening semifinal game in European soccer’s Champions League.
Chelsea and Bayern Munich are going to extra time tied 1-1 in the Champions Leaguee soccer final.