Didier Drogba disappointed as Chelsea's woes continue

09 December 2010 12:29
Didier Drogba admitted he felt emotional during his return to Marseille - but was disappointed with the outcome.[LNB]The Chelsea striker was on the losing side as Brandao's late goal took the French side through into the last 16 - with group winners Chelsea.[LNB]Drogba was given a warm reception when he took to the pitch and as he was substituted, and the Ivory Coast international said afterwards: "It was quite emotional to be out there.[LNB] Emotional return: Drogba received a warm reception from fans of his former club Marseille[LNB]'There was a fantastic atmosphere. It was difficult for me to play but I'm disappointed with the defeat. It's frustrating.'[LNB]Drogba revealed his upset at the 15th-minute incident which saw Chelsea appear to be given a penalty by Russian referee Vladislav Bezborodov.[LNB]Souleymane Diawara brought down Florent Malouda and the official pointed to the spot but, under pressure from Marseille players, appeared to consult his linesman and change his mind.[LNB]Drogba - Blues' penalty taker in the absence of Frank Lampard - added: 'I'm wearing the Chelsea shirt now, not the Marseille one, so I wanted to score.[LNB]'He gave a penalty then said Florent dived - but if that's the case you have to give him (Malouda) a yellow card.[LNB] Air time: Russian referee Vladislav Bezborodov pointed to the spot before reversing his decision to a corner after Florent Malouda was brought down in the area by Souleymane Diawara[LNB]'It changed the game - 1-0 for us would have made it a different game.'[LNB]Captain John Terry admitted his team need to rediscover the form which preceded their current poor run - but refuted claims of a training ground 'crisis' meeting.[LNB]Terry said: 'There wasn't a meeting at the training ground on Monday.[LNB]'There is no point us panicking. We realise we are not playing as well as we can, the players realise there is a lot more to give and to come.'[LNB] Down time: Brazilian striker Brandao put Chelsea to the sword bu captain Terry insists the club can reverse their poor form of late[LNB]Carlo Ancelotti's men have won just two of their last eight games in all competitions and their next fixtures are against Tottenham, on Sunday, Manchester United and Arsenal.[LNB]Terry said: [LNB]'Sunday is a massive derby for us and for the fans. We're hoping to kick-start an important time for us.'[LNB]  Marseille 1 Chelsea 0: Brandao strikes as problems pile up for AncelottiMarseille 1 Chelsea 0: How the Champions League action unfoldedMy heart is at Marseille, says Drogba ahead of Champions League return CHELSEA FC

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