By Jonathan Wilson
March 18, 2014
Didier Drogba couldn't find a way to break through against Chelsea in his return to Stamford Bridge.
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Chelsea seemed barely to break sweat in the second half, which rapidly became a scratchy non-event. It wasn't a game that will live long in the memory or inspire many nostalgic reminiscences in decades to come, but for Mourinho it was job done. It will be in Friday's quarter-final draw and Drogba and Galatasaray will not.

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