Barcelona: Víctor Valdés; Daniel
Alves, Piqué, Márquez (Puyol 52'), Abidal; Xavi, Touré
Yaya, Iniesta; Messi, Eto'o (Bojan 81'), Henry (Hleb 86'). 4-3-3.
Chelsea: Cech; Ivanovic, Terry, Alex, Bosingwa; Ballack (Anelka 94'), Mikel; Essien, Lampard (Belletti 70'), Malouda, Drogba. 4-2-3-1.
Barcelona could only draw 0-0 at home to Chelsea in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final, and everything will now be decided in Stamford Bridge in eight days' time. The English defence were able to get the better of Barça's high scoring forwards, and for once the fans in the Nou Camp came away without seeing any goals.
Henry tested Cech a couple of times in the first half, but Víctor Valdés had to be at his best to keep out Drogba shortly before the break. Cech did well to save from Eto'o on a quick breakaway after the restart, and substitute Bojan headed wide from a long Dani Alves cross in the dying minutes. But Chelsea had got what they wanted, and and they go back to London without having let in a goal.
There was more bad news for Guardiola as well, a serious knee injury for Márquez and a yellow card for Puyol leaving him without his two most experienced centre backs for the return leg.