What did I say about the scoring not being over? The scoring wasn't over, and I'd bet money that it still isn't over. For a second time, Schalke have improbably equalized, drawing themselves level and scoring a second away goal, something that could prove to be incredibly important in the second leg of this tie. Of course, before anyone starts thinking about that, they'll have to make sure they stay focused on this crazy game. Or, in the case of each defense, start getting focused.
Edu scored the goal on the counter, and he had to do plenty of work to do it. His first shot was deflected, then saved in absolutely magnificent fashion by Julio Cesar. Unfortunately for Cesar and the rest of his team, the ball fell right to Edu's feet again, and he did better with his finish the second time, scoring when he wasn't given a whole lot of room to do so. Schalke are level, and I will say it once again: The scoring is not over.