Jan 10 2013 By Yann Tear
CHELSEA face a huge task to rescue their Capital One Cup semi-final, but Swansea boss Michael Laudrup says his team cannot afford to start measuring up for Wembley suits just yet.
The Blues will start the second leg 2-0 down but Laudrup said: “We're not there yet. We're still very far.
“We'll need a great great performance like the one today. When we play at home, I think we'll have the ball more, but still there's so much offensive potential in Chelsea [Demba Ba, pictured], so if we don't have a good day, they can still score two or three goals, because of the players they have.
“What I wanted at least from this game was for the players and the fans to have the realistic possibility before the home game to go to play in the final.
“Obviously we have that now, but it's still a mountain to climb. Aston Villa and Chelsea are the favourites still.”
The Dane added: “We've already had some great results this season, winning at Anfield and winning at the Emirates, but to win here, against the European champions from last season is something very special.”