TITLE

ALL SMILES AS BENITEZ GETS SILVER LINING

AUTHOR(S)
NEIL ASHTON
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
AT FIRST he took a few tentative steps out of his technical area and then it was an awkward shuffle towards his coaching staff. To Rafa Benitez's right was the forlorn figure of Benfica's affable coach Jorge Jesus. After the outstretched hand and the show of consolation, there was a longing look to the left, full of trepidation and fear. Chelsea's players were already surging towards their supporters behind the goal as they celebrated Branislav Ivanovic's extraordinary injury-time winner.
ACCESSION #
87596097

 

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