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Goals from Steven Gerrard, John Arne Riise and Peter Crouch helped Liverpool to a comprehensive 3-0 win at PSV in their Champions League quarter final first leg match in Eindhoven.
The easy win for Liverpool was tarnished by a serious-looking injury to Fabio Aurelio, who was carried off with 15 minutes remaining with what looked like a snapped Achilles, although Dirk Kuijt - on a yellow card and risking suspension for the semi or final - got himself booked late on which means he misses a match Liverpool only have to avoid heavy defeat in.
PSV looked poor, missing key defender Alex and star striker Bakari Kone, struggling to get any rhythm going and looking shaky at the back.
Liverpool started scruffily though, Jamie Carragher almost handing a chance to Mika Vayrynen and nervily thrashing the ball out of play early on. Then the Reds almost took the lead from a Steven Gerrard corner, Carragher with an excellent far post header that was more than matched by a superb low save from Heurelho Gomes.
Wayne Rooney finally broke his 18-game Champions League drought but there was very little else for 10-man Manchester United to cheer as their Treble hopes suffered a setback in a 2-1 defeat to Roma. Paul Scholes' dismissal for two yellow cards after just 33 minutes had left the Red Devils in trouble against the Italians.
For a brief period after Rooney had coolly levelled Taddei's first-half strike, it appeared United would complete their mission with spectacular success.
But substitute Mirko Vucinic bundled home the rebound after Edwin van der Sar had failed to hold Mancini's blistering shot to earn Roma a richly-deserved victory.
Didier Drogba's 30th goal of the season kept Chelsea's Champions League dream alive - but they will have to overcome a difficult return leg in Valencia if they are to reach the semi-finals after a 1-1 draw. The Ivory Coast hitman gave Chelsea hope when he cancelled out David Silva's impressive first-half goal with a 53rd-minute header.
The Spaniards made Jose Mourinho's side work hard for their share of the spoils during a thrilling encounter at Stamford Bridge and the draw will give Valencia the edge in the quarter-final return leg next Tuesday.
Milan's players remain confident of reaching the last four of the UEFA Champions League despite drawing 2-2 in the home leg of their quarter-final with Bayern Munich.
The six-times European champions were twice ahead at the San Siro on Tuesday, but were hauled back on both occasions by Bayern defender Daniel van Buyten, the second time in the final minute of stoppage time.
"The 2-2 draw leaves a bitter taste in the mouth, but to win in Munich all we need to do is play like we did in this match," defender Massimo Oddo said. "We have to be pleased with our performance because our defence was excellent.
"Their goals were lucky goals, and we had a lot of bad luck. I think we'll make good in Munich and progress to the semi-finals."
The return legs will be played on April 10-11th.