Villas-Boas slams Chelsea's finishing

Published: 03 November, 2011 07:52 IST | AFP |

Chelsea were forced to settle for a frustrating 1-1 draw against Genk in the Champions League on Tuesday as the Blues' turbulent season suffered another setback

Chelsea were forced to settle for a frustrating 1-1 draw against Genk in the Champions League on Tuesday as the Blues' turbulent season suffered another setback.

"We had fantastic opportunities to get to 2-1 but it didn't happen. We must take the opportunities we make," said Chelsea coach Andre Villas-Boas.

Blues condemn Ferdinand chants
Meanwhile, Chelsea slammed their own fans for chanting about QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during the game. A group of Chelsea's 1,100 travelling supporters repeatedly sang "Anton Ferdinand: you know what you are" in a misguided attempt to show support for Blues captain John Terry.

A club spokesman said in a statement: "The chanting was wholly inappropriate and we don't condone it."

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