Javier Pastore (R) celebrates Paris St Germain’s third goal against Chelsea (Picture Michael Euler/AP Photo)
The goal which left Chelsea staring Champions League elimination in the face was so bad manager Jose Mourinho thinks it shouldn’t count.
Chelsea’s manager was left bemused by his side’s defending in their 3-1 defeat to Paris St Germain, calling the goals they conceded ‘sloppy and ridiculous’.
The third goal came deep into stoppage time with PSG substitute Javier Pastore having beaten Cesar Azpilicueta, Frank Lampard and John Terry before beating keeper Petr Cech at his near post.
The camera doesn’t lie as Pastore sets off on his celebration (Picture: Michael Euler/AP Photo)
And Mourinho said: ‘The third goal – it’s not a goal. It’s a joke.’
The first two goals weren’t much better with John Terry’s poor header leading to Ezequiel Lavezzi’s opener and David Luiz’s own goal giving PSG the lead after Eden Hazard had levelled from the…
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