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Football: Mourinho wants cure for Chelsea travel sickness

Jose Mourinho has told Chelsea to be on their guard as they bid to end a three-match losing streak away from Stamford Bridge when they travel to Swansea on Sunday. Mourinho's men head to south Wales having lost on the road at Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks. Chelsea headed into this weekend in second place in the Premier League table and buoyed by their 2-0 midweek win at home to Paris Saint-Germain that saw them into a Champions League semi-final with Atletico Madrid.

Football: Mourinho fined, warned for Villa Park conduct

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £8,000 ($13,400, 9,700 euros) and warned about his future conduct after being sent off at Aston Villa last month, the Football Association announced on Thursday. A statement on the FA website said: "Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £8,000 and warned as to his future conduct following an independent regulatory commission hearing."

Football: Spirited Chelsea leave Mourinho aiming high

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hailed his side's "special spirit" after a dramatic late goal by Demba Ba propelled them into the Champions League semi-finals at Paris Saint-Germain's expense. Despite trimming PSG's 3-1 aggregate lead through Andre Schuerrle, Chelsea were heading out of the competition until Ba bundled home in the 87th minute of Tuesday's quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge to send his team through on away goals.

Football: Spirited Chelsea leave Mourinho aiming high

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hailed his side's "special spirit" after a dramatic late goal by Demba Ba propelled them into the Champions League semi-finals at Paris Saint-Germain's expense. Despite trimming PSG's 3-1 aggregate lead through Andre Schuerrle, Chelsea were heading out of the competition until Ba bundled home in the 87th minute of Tuesday's quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge to send his team through on away goals.

Football: Hazard sustains calf injury in Chelsea win

Eden Hazard could be sidelined for two weeks after injuring his calf during Chelsea's 2-0 Champions League win over Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, manager Jose Mourinho said. "With a muscular problem, even when it's not serious, you cannot play normally for a couple of weeks minimum," Mourinho told a press conference. "But I have no idea of the dimension." Hazard came off after only 18 minutes of the quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge and headed straight down the tunnel.

Football: Chelsea battle back to reach semis, Madrid hold on

Paris-born Demba Ba was the hero as Chelsea advanced to the Champions League semi-finals at Paris Saint-Germain's expense, while Real Madrid also progressed on Tuesday despite a second-leg defeat to Borussia Dortmund. Having lost 3-1 in last week's first leg in France, Chelsea fought back to win 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and go through on away goals to their seventh semi-final in 11 years as substitute Ba netted the decisive goal late on.

Football: Chelsea can still win title says Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has warned Chelsea's title rivals not to write off his team as they look to get their challenge back on track after a nightmare week. Mourinho's side crashed to a 3-1 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday just days after conceding the initiative in the Premier League with a shock 1-0 loss at struggling Crystal Palace.

Football: Pastore strike puts PSG in control against Chelsea

A solo strike from Javier Pastore right at the death clinched a 3-1 victory for Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Chelsea on Wednesday. An early Ezequiel Lavezzi strike and a David Luiz own goal either side of an Eden Hazard penalty for Chelsea had looked set to give PSG just a narrow advantage ahead of next week's second leg at Stamford Bridge, but Pastore's effort leaves the French champions firmly in control of the tie.

Football:Ronaldo equals record as Real and PSG win

Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain both gained convincing victories on Wednesday in their respective Champions League quarter-final first leg matches to give themselves the upper hand ahead of next week's second legs. Real, who have reached the semi-finals in the past three seasons, avenged in part last season's semi-finals defeat to Borussia Dortmund by beating the German side 3-0 while PSG -- who reached the quarter-finals last term -- saw off 2012 winners Chelsea 3-1. It was, however, a tale of contrasting fortunes for Real and PSG's leading scorers.

Football:Ronaldo equals record as Real and PSG win

Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain both gained convincing victories on Wednesday in their respective Champions League quarter-final first leg matches to give themselves the upper hand ahead of next week's second legs. Real, who have reached the semi-finals in the past three seasons, avenged in part last season's semi-finals defeat to Borussia Dortmund by beating the German side 3-0 while PSG -- who reached the quarter-finals last term -- saw off 2012 winners Chelsea 3-1. It was, however, a tale of contrasting fortunes for Real and PSG's leading scorers.
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