Chelsea will not have the chance to repeat last season's story and reach the Champions League final along with Manchester United after a home 1-1 draw against Barcelona.
The Blues, who are out of the competition on away-goals rule, are very
critical of Tom Henning Ovrebo as they feel the referee failed to signal what
they describe as clear penalties.
After the game, striker Didier Drogba could not control his
emotions and called Ovrebo a "disgrace", and Bosingwa has now echoed the
"This referee was bought. I do not know if he is a referee or a thief.
There are no words to describe the person that was on the pitch here,"
he told RTP after the game.
"We are all sad, but we have to raise our heads high again. There is
nothing to say about Barcelona's goal, but there were penalties that
were not awarded."
On the performance of the man in charge of the game, the Portugal
international added, "The way he refereed the match was not the most
correct one. He should never referee again."
Luís Mira, Goal.com