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Published 25/02/2010 | 14:19

Inter Milan made a dream start against Chelsea at the San Siro. Thiago Motta's through ball found Diego Milito who hit the back of the net to give Inter a 1 - 0 lead. Photo: Getty Images
Inter Milan made a dream start against Chelsea at the San Siro. Thiago Motta's through ball found Diego Milito who hit the back of the net to give Inter a 1 - 0 lead. Photo: Getty Images
Chelsea dominated large parts of the game and Didier Drogba was unfortunate when his free-kick came back off the crossbar. Photo: Getty Images
Chelsea had a solid claim for a penalty turned down when Salomon Kalou appeared to have been clipped by Walter Samuel in the six-yard box. Photo: Getty Images
Kalou (left) eventually levelled the score for Chelsea in the 51st minute. Photo: Getty Images
It took Inter just four minutes to re-establish their lead with a strike from Esteban Cambiasso. Photo: Getty Images
It got worse for Chelsea when goalkeeper Cech damaged his calf and had to be stretchered off. Photo: Getty Images
Inter now travel to London having gained the upper hand on boss Jose Mourinho's former club. Photo: Getty Images
Alvaro Negredo, pictured, gave Sevilla the lead in the 25th minute in Moscow. Mark Gonzalez's 35-yard drive in the 66th minute salvaged a draw for CSKA Moscow. Photo: Getty Images
Cacau gave Stuttgart a deserved half-time lead against Champions League holders Barcelona in Stuttgart. Photo: Getty Images
Zlatan Ibrahimovic levelled the game after the interval, giving Barca a vital away goal to take back to the Nou Camp. Photo: Getty Images
Michael Ciani's scored the only goal of the game to put Bordeaux in the driving seat for next week's return leg against Olympiakos. Photo: Getty Images
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