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CFR Cluj make their point as Chelsea falter
1907 Cluj proved their Matchday 1 victory at AS Roma was no flash in the pan as they held Chelsea FC to a 0-0 draw in Transylvania on Wednesday.
No one gave the Romanian champions much of a chance against last season's UEFA Champions League runners-up, but they emerged with a point after a game in which both teams struggled to carve clear scoring chances. Chelsea dominated possession, especially in the second half, and Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba came close. For the home side Eugen Trică missed a glorious opportunity before half time and hit the outside of the post in the second. Both sides now have four points and share the lead in Group A, but Chelsea's biggest concern will be an injury to Drogba who was carried off in the second half.
Even opening phase
It did not take much to get the vociferous home support going. After only two minutes they roared their approval after Petr Čech had to rush from his area to clear after Sebastián Dubarbier had broken free. The hero of Rome, Juan Culio, had a few promising runs down the left, and almost released Dani after eleven minutes but the Portuguese midfielder had strayed offside. A minute later Trică's long-range snapshot sailed harmlessly over. After 22 minutes a flowing end-to-end Chelsea move, orchestrated by John Mikel Obi, culminated with Drogba blazing wastefully over. Lampard then forced Eduard Stăncioiu into a low diving save soon after.
The best opening came after 27 minutes, when Dubarbier's lofted pass found Trică free just inside the box, but he snatched at the volley and the ball trickled well wide. On the half-hour mark only a last-ditch tackle by José Bosingwa stopped Alvaro Pereira as he bore down on goal. Trică's second volley of the evening on 33 minutes had much more venom but lacked accuracy. Minutes later Pereira's rifled low shot from the left evaded Čech's dive but whistled narrowly past. Just before half-time Lampard found Drogba with a low free-kick from the right but the Ivory Coast striker missed the ball completely. The first 45 minutes drew to a close with Cluj comfortably holding their own.
Cluj pinned back
Cluj started the second half brightly, with Gabriel Mureşan drilling in a free-kick from fully 30 metres that Čech gathered at the second attempt. But right away Chelsea came even closer, with Nicolas Anelka, on for Salomon Kalou, setting up Lampard, whose close-range effort was deflected behind by De Sousa. The Brazilian defender came to his side's rescue again when he intercepted Florent Malouda's dangerous low cross under pressure from Drogba, who was carried off injured following the challenge. The London side were pinning the Romanian champions back for lengthy spells.
Chelsea were determined to go for victory and brought on 19-year-old Franco Di Santo for Malouda. The Argentinian forward had barely been on the pitch when he outjumped Stăncioiu to head just wide. But with ten minutes remaining Cluj came closest of all, Trică's left-foot shot shaving Čech's right-hand post. The Chelsea keeper then made a magnificent one-handed save from Pereira as Cluj again proved they are a match for the best in European club football.