Petr Cech has claimed it was `Groundhog Day' for Chelsea after watching them suffer another controversial Champions League defeat.
The Blues lost their quarter-final first leg 1-0 against Manchester United on Wednesday night after being denied what appeared a clear-cut stoppage-time penalty when Patrice Evra chopped down Ramires.
It was the latest decision to go against Chelsea in their long quest to be crowned champions of Europe since Roman Abramovich bought the club almost eight years ago.
"I don't want to speak about it because, every year, it is the same thing," said Cech. "We are obviously disappointed because everyone could see the incident.
"The main point is that the person who matters most is the referee and if he doesn't give it, you don't get the penalty and that's what happened."