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Chelsea beats Monterrey 3-1 to reach Club Cup final

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Question: Is there any reader out there, that did not expect the two teams that made the final?

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The commentators were extremely annoying last night. "Lampard, Lampard, Frank Lampard, Lampard has a nice figure, LAMPARD".

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Ok, it was a Mexican team, Monterrey with 99.999% real Mexican players against?? Not a British team, but Chelsea seemed like they were made up of the United Nations, Brazilians, Spaniards, Belgians, Africans, and I guess a few Brits too?? Oh well, Chelsea kicked the crap out of Monterrey! 3,well actually 2 to 0! 1 of the goals was made by an idiot on the same Mexican team against his OWN side! Pendejo! The match was over as a contest on the 48-minute-mark when Darvin Chavez put the ball into his own net to make it 3-0. This is when I said, screw it! I could not bare to watch the game any longer!

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Ok, it was a Mexican team, Monterrey with 99.999% real Mexican players against?? Not a British team, but Chelsea seemed like they were made up of the United Nations, Brazilians, Spaniards, Belgians, Africans, and I guess a few Brits too??

Yes, that's because its club football, its in no way shape or form Mexico vs England. If you want to see that, then you're looking for something called "international football".

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Ok, it was a Mexican team, Monterrey with 99.999% real Mexican players against??

There were 4 foreign players, 3 from Argentina and 1 from Ecuador, in the starting lineup of Monterrey.

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Prediction time: As I have always liked the soccer style of the South American teams as compared to the European teams, I believe the Corinthians will beat Chelsea in the final in Yokohama on Sunday. And as I like Mexican soccer, I see Monterrey beating Al Ahly for third place.

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Should be a couple of good matches on Sunday.

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