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CHELSEA, Di Matteo: "Draw with PSG was a fair result"

23.07.2012 15.30 by TM W  read 1862
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Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has claimed that his team's 1-1 draw with Paris-Saint Germain on Sunday night was a "fair result".

The Italian coach fielded a fairly experienced starting XI at New York's Yankee Stadium, but it was youngster Lucas Piazon who came off the bench to score and cancel out Nene's earlier effort for the French side.
"It was a fair result," he told Eurosport. "Paris Saint-Germain were stronger in the first half. But in the second we had more of the ball and managed to equalise."


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