United keep treble dream alive

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Manchester United kept their treble dream alive and all but killed off Chelsea's final hope of silverware this season after wrapping up victory in their Champions League quarter-final.

United won the second leg 2-1 and the tie 3-1 on aggregate to reach the last four and pile the pressure on Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti.

Javier Hernandez put United ahead and Ramires was sent off for the visitors to seemingly kill the contest. Didier Drogba, on for £50million flop Fernando Torres at half-time, levelled on the night but Park Ji-sung made sure for United.

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