Carvalho debut can't save Blues

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Ricardo Carvalho made his debut for Chelsea - but The Blues were beaten 3-2 by Milan after Andrei Shevchenko fired home a low curling free kick two minutes before full time.

Chelsea has taken the lead when Eidur Gudjohnsen found himself unmarked in the box and clipped home - but a wonderful goal from Cafu levelled matters.

The Brazilian World Cup winning captain smashed home from the wing with the Chelsea defence watching in admiration.

Didier Drogba restored Chelsea's lead with a bullet header - and the second half saw Portuguese defender Carvalho come on for his debut.

The Euro 2004 star could not stop Milan levelling on 76 when Alessandro Costacurta was left unmarked to poke home from a corner.

The match was decided by a wonderful Shevchenko free-kick, fired low and hard into the bottom corner of the Chelsea goal.