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British newspapers and pundits rounded on Chelsea and manager Jose Mourinho Thursday following their Champions League elimination, branding them "a team who will never really be loved".Chelsea succumbed to French champions Paris Saint-Germain on away goals following a stormy and ill-tempered 2-2 draw Wednesday in the second leg of their last 16 tie at Stamford Bridge.Chelsea's failure to seize the initiative after Ibrahimovic's early dismissal was also criticized, with PSG having continued to dominate proceedings despite playing with a numerical disadvantage for an hour and a half.The tabloids stuck the boot in, with The Sun's back page screaming "Eiffel Shower" and the Daily Mirror branding Mourinho's misfiring players "Euro Trash".
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