Apr 29, 2014, 7:39 AM EST
The Blues also didn’t pick up a road goal at Atletico Madrid, making its task of advancing a bit more complicated for Wednesday’s second leg.
Well, wouldn’t the return of the defender and goalkeeper make that a little less daunting of a task?
Terry and Cech were back at training on Tuesday, and it’s unclear whether this is a near-miraculous recovery or simply more Jose Mourinho mind games.
He’s not called The Special One for nothing.
The winner of Wednesday’s match at Stamford Bridge will face either Bayern Munich or Real Madrid, which tangle on Tuesday at Allianz Arena with the Bavarians trailing 1-0.
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