Willian admits Chelsea need a ‘perfect’ game to beat Barca

Chelsea face Barcelona tonight at the Nou Camp in the second leg of their Champions league last 16 encounter.

These clubs have played out some epic encounters in the Champions League over the years, and tonight’s fixture is finely poised after a tightly fought 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge in the first leg.

Speaking before the game Chelsea’s star attacker Willian was asked about the famous 1-0 victory Chelsea secured at the Nou Camp in 2012 on their way to winning the tournament that year.

The Brazil international admitted he remembers the game, and also revealed just how well he thinks his side will have to perform in order to secure passage to the quarter-final’s of Europe’s most prestigious competition.

“I was watching that game, but for me every game has history,” 

“This game already is in the past. Tomorrow will be a new history, new game.

“I think for us to go through we have to do a perfect game with the ball and without the ball.

“That’s the most important thing. To go through to the next round we have to do a perfect game tomorrow.” Willian said.

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