Former England boss Glenn Hoddle believes Jose Mourinho’s plan to not go with a recognised striker for tonight’s Champions League quarter-final against Paris Saint Germain failed. The Portuguese took the unusual step of picking Andre Schurrle up front over Fernando Torres and Demba Ba, while Samuel Eto’o was injured. Mourinho used a similar ploy earlier in the season against Manchester United, which saw his side come away with a 0-0 draw. But with Chelsea going down 3-1 tonight – with Schurrle often looking lost and being told where to run by Mourinho – it has to go down as an unsuccessful tactic. Schurrle playing up-front didn’t work, Hoddle told Sky sports. “There was no focus for the team and PSG were able to play on the front foot.”Jamie Redknapp added: “Schurrle looked lost and had to constantly be told what to do and which runs to make.”Chelsea’s strikers have struggled all season with Eto’o the leading goalscorer with 13 goals, while Torres and Ba have just nine and five respectively.