Cahill could barely watch
Gary Cahill has admitted he and John Terry could barely watch from the dugout as Chelsea overcame Barcelona in the Nou Camp.
Cahill was still reeling from the devastation of leaving the field with a hamstring injury when he was joined by fellow centre-back Terry, who inexplicably got himself sent off in the Blues' astonishing 2-2 second-leg draw at the Nou Camp. Terry's moment of madness - the Chelsea captain kneeing Alexis Sanchez from behind eight minutes before half-time - looked to have been fatal, with Barca having already levelled the tie before going 2-0 up on the night. But Cahill and Terry then witnessed the 10 men produce one of the most heroic displays in the history of European football to secure a draw and win 3-2 on aggregate. Cahill said: "I was devastated that I had no more part to play in the game and, when I looked up and saw JT come through the door, I'll be honest, I probably feared the worst. But the lads were absolutely outstanding, the way they stuck together and ground out the result. It was amazing. Phenomenal, absolutely phenomenal. "I was about four times more nervous than playing, watching the game, just in the changing room praying that it would go all right and, luckily, in the end it did."