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Thursday, 26 April 2007


Paul Eaton 25 April 2007
Rafael Benitez has insisted Liverpool still have a chance of playing in next month's Champions League final despite going down to a one goal defeat at Chelsea.
The two teams will meet at Anfield on Tuesday night with a place in Athens at stake for the winners and with Jose Mourinho's men in the driving seat after their first leg success.

Benitez admits he was disappointed with his team's first half display but encouraged by their improvement after the break which could have been rewarded with an away goal.

"The first half wasn't good for us," he said. "They had chances but it wasn't because they were playing well, it was because we were giving the ball away.

"We spoke before the game about being careful because we know they like to play on the counter-attack, but in that first half we were doing the wrong things and making the wrong decisions.

"In the second half we had a target man and we played better. We had much more control of the game and possibilities to score.

"Now we look forward to Anfield and the chance to play in front of our own fans. We have confidence because we know we're a good team, we know we can score goals and we know we can beat them.

"We'll need to be careful because we know how dangerous they can be on the counter-attack. I don't know what each side's chances are of going through now, I just know we can still do it."

Benitez was frustrated at the lack of protection his defenders received against the physical presence of Didier Drogba, but refused to criticise them for allowing Chelsea to grab the opening goal.

"It's difficult when decisions are going against you. Drogba is a good player and he had a good game, but usually decisions go against the striker in some of the situations we saw tonight.

"When people talk before the game then maybe it puts some pressure on the referee."


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