Barcelona's Argentinian defender Javier Mascherano (R) takes part in a training session at the FC Barcelona Joan Gamper sports center in Sant Joan Despi, near Barcelona, on December 9, 2017. / AFP / Josep LAGO
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Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta admitted his late goal to knock Chelsea out in the Champions League semifinals in 2009 is one of his best memories ahead of his club's return to Stamford Bridge.Iniesta's last-gasp equalizer eight years ago after Chelsea had been denied a series of penalty claims by Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo allowed Barca to reach the final on away goals as they completed the club's first-ever treble of Champions League, La Liga and Copa del Rey.Iniesta was absent through injury as Barca preserved their eight-point lead at the top of La Liga last Sunday. However, he expects to return for Deportivo la Coruna's visit to the Camp Nou Sunday to get match sharp ahead of an El Clasico clash with Real Madrid to end Barca's year on Dec. 23 .
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