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A look ahead to this weekend's fixture at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks on from the touchline

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Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates the second goal against Tottenham

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Jose Mourinho sent Romelu Lukaku on loan to Everton, where he has scored 12 league goals

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Following the defeat to PSG, the Chelsea manager claimed his side lacked 'real strikers'

Juan Mata joined Manchester United in January

Chelsea's wage bill overtaken by Manchester United for first time since 2004

In 2012/13 United's wage bill was £182m compared with Chelsea's £176m

Could Romelu Lukaku be on his way to Tottenham?

Transfer news: Tottenham Hotspur begin talks with Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku over summer move

The Belgian, on loan at Everton, has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season

Ezequiel Lavezzi gives PSG an early lead

PSG 3 Chelsea 1: 'I'm not worried about a Chelsea comeback in the second leg,' warns Ezequiel Lavezzi

Argentinian forward was part of the Napoli team which lost to Chelsea in the quarter-final in 2012 despite taking a 3-1 home lead into the second leg

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Chelsea supporters rampage through Paris and clash with PSG fans before Champions League defeat

Incident occurred on the streets of the French capital on Wednesday afternoon

Thiago Motta and Blaise Matuidi of PSG vie for the ball with David Luiz of Chelsea

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The Paris St Germain midfielder still sees Jose Mourinho's side as the favourites to reach the Champions League semi-finals

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was substituted after suffering a hamstring injury

PSG 3 Chelsea 1: Zlatan Ibrahimovic will miss second leg at Stamford Bridge with injury ruling striker out 'for weeks'

The Swedish striker was forced off in the victory in the 68th minute

Ezequiel Lavezzi celebrates scoring PSG's opening goal

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Javier Pastore (bottom left) is mobbed by his team-mates after his late strike

PSG 3 Chelsea 1: Jose Mourinho bemoans lack of 'real strikers' as Fernando Torres fails to make an impact

Manager also described Chelsea's defending for the third goal as 'ridiculous'

Ezequiel Lavezzi gives PSG an early lead

PSG 3 Chelsea 1 - comment: Champions League victory sees the Paris St Germain dream takes a step closer to reality

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Javier Pastore (right) celebrates his 93rd minute strike for PSG

PSG 3 Chelsea 1 - match report: Jose Mourinho sees Champions League dream severely dented by Javier Pastore sucker punch

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