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LIVERPOOL - Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez isn't worried about overcoming a dismal record at Chelsea. He's more concerned about the referee.
With the Champions League semifinal tied at 1-1 after the first leg, the Reds must score at Stamford Bridge tonight for the first time in eight matches to reach a third final in four years.
Benitez said it's not just his players who must cope with the Stamford Bridge crowd, pointing to match referee Roberto Rossetti's 'curious' record in Europe this year.
Rossetti has officiated six Champions League matches this season, only one of which has been won by the away team - a 2-1 victory by Chelsea at Valencia in the group stage.
"The referee has experience and he's not a bad referee, so if he knows he must be strong he will be okay."
Benitez urged the Italian referee to keep a careful eye on Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, whom he accused of feigning fouls.
"He is very, very strong and he falls down - he slips," Benitez said. "Everybody can see this every game, it is very clear."
John Arne Riise's own goal in stoppage time last week gave Chelsea a potentially decisive away goal. - Sapa-AP