Manchester United Vs. Chelsea FC, UEFA Champions League: Park Ends Chelsea's Fantasy

Coming back from two goals down while down a man was always a fantasy. Chelsea were never going to come back and level the aggregate with Manchester United after Ramires was shown red. Of course, the Blues had to give their supporters a bit of hope when Didier Drogba scored to make the match level at 1-1 and only 2-1 on aggregate. That bit of excitement and hope from the Drogba goal lasted all of a minute though. Manchester United came right back with a goal to put Chelsea two goals down on aggregate and end the tie.

Ryan Giggs had the ball in the center from 25 yards out and spotted Park Ji-Sung on the left. The Welshman played Park in and the Korean controlled the ball with his chest before firing low with his left foot past Petr Cech for the United goal. The goal lit up Old Trafford and have United well on their way to the UEFA Champions League semifinal.

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