Chelsea trolled that the Blues need two goalkeepers in goal against Bayern Munich

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Chelsea have a huge mountain to climb in Saturday’s Champions League second leg round of 16 clash at the Allianz Arena.

Nothing is impossible in football, but Chelsea have already been written off ahead of the second leg clash, after losing 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Troll Football has trolled Chelsea, that the Blues need two goalkeepers in goal against the Bavarians.

Troll Football wrote: “Chelsea have requested UEFA to let them field 2 goalkeepers against Bayern Munich.”

Chelsea’s goalkeeping and defensive issues have been well documented, as Frank Lampard’s side conceded 54 goals in the Premier League season.

Kepa Arrizabalaga has been strongly criticised for his performances this season, and Lampard has had to drop the Spaniard for second choice goalkeeper Willy Caballero at times this season.

Meanwhile, Michael Owen has predicted a 2-0 win for Bayern Munich in this game.

Revealing his prediction for Saturday’s clash, Michael Owen said: “After a goalless first half at Stamford Bridge in the first leg back in February, Bayern Munich took total control of the tie with three second-half goals.

“One glimmer of hope for Chelsea is that Bayern have lost three of their last five Champions League home matches in the knock-out stages but surely a three-goal deficit is too much to overturn.

“Not only do Chelsea need to score at least three times, but they also need to stop the Munich goal machine, Robert Lewandowski, from adding to the 11 goals he’s already scored in this season’s Champions League competition.

“As much as I would love to see another British team progress into the quarter-finals, I can’t really make a case for it happening. I see Bayern bringing the Blues season to a disappointing end with a 2-0 win to the German champions.”

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