The fact the Chelsea defender is one of the more attacking full-backs around and will be playing on the left rather than his favoured right should be a mild cause for concern ahead of the first leg at the Nou Camp.
Tough times: Jose Bosingwa can expect a bigger test from Lionel Messi than what Luis Boa Morte offered on Saturday
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Blimey, if Bosingwa cannot last a full game against the pedestrianPortuguese winger then he will be in serious trouble in Spain.
Boa Morte has been a paycheck player for years now and as unpredictable as he is it is rarely in a good way.