Thursday, April 10, 2014


On the pitch: Jose Mourinho ran to celebrate and give instructions to his players after they netted a late goal

European governing body have said that Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho will not face disciplinary action after charging down the touchline as his players celebrated their tie-clinching goal against Paris Saint-Germain.

After Senegal international, Demba Ba fired the ball past Salvatore Sirigu in the dying stages of the Champions League quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho sprinted out of his technical area to the corner flag, where his players were celebrating wildly where he grabbed a number of players, whispering instructions in their ears.

After the match, Mourinho claimed he was not celebrating with his players, but instructing them on how to hold out for the win.
On the move: Mourinho sprints down the touchline to be with his players

When asked what Mourinho was doing after the goal, he said: 'Not celebrating. To tell Fernando and Demba the changes we had to do because three minutes plus extra time the way we were playing was too risky.'

                                 Make way: The Chelsea manager pushes Andre Schurrle out of his path so he can get to another star
UEFA have confirmed they will not take action against the Portuguese coach for entering the field of play.
                              Precaution: Mourinho pulls Schurrle up from the pile of players to offer his advice
In England however, Mourinho was fined £8,000 by the Football Association and reminded of his responsibilities as a Premier League manager after being sent to the stands by Chris Foy during Chelsea's defeat by Aston Villa last month.
Back to his best: Mourinho was up to his old tricks again at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night
                                   Ba's dramatic late goal ensured Chelsea progressed over Laurent Blanc's PSG into the last four of the Continent's elite competition on away goals. 

Game over: Demba Ba strikes to make it 2-0 on the night against Paris Saint-Germain
The draw will take place on Friday, and Chelsea will have to beat either Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid if they are to win their second Champions League title in three seasons.

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