Chelsea loses, Madrid draws in Champions League

ROB HARRIS AP Sports Writer Published:

LONDON (AP) -- Chelsea's troubles worsened after losing 3-1 at Napoli in the last 16 of Champions League on Tuesday, and Real Madrid was held to a 1-1 draw at CSKA Moscow.

Chelsea, which has slipped to fifth in the Premier League, threw away a 1-0 lead in the first leg in Italy after Ezequiel Lavezzi scored twice and Edinson Cavani added another.

It was also a disappointing night for former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, whose Madrid side failed to take its dominant domestic form into Europe.

Cristiano Ronaldo put the Spanish leaders ahead with his 36th goal of the season, but Pontus Wernbloom scrambled the ball into the net with the last kick of the match in the third minute of stoppage time to equalize for CSKA.