Barcelona 2-2 Chelsea
An injury time goal at the Nou Camp from Fernando Torres helped put 10-man Chelsea through to the Champions League final.
In what was a first-half full of drama, Barcelona took the lead thanks to a simple tap in for Sergio Busquets, following a period of sustained pressure from the home side on 35 minutes. Chelsea centre-back John Terry, in a moment of madness, kneed Barca's Alexis Sanchez in the back off the ball and was rightfully shown a straight red card. If the Blues weren't up against it before they certainly were then and the home side doubled their lead on 43 minutes, when Lionel Messi played in Andres Iniesta, who produced a cool finish past Petr Cech. However Chelsea were given hope when an even cooler lob shot from Ramires over the helpless Victor Valdes, gave the Premier League outfit a crucial away goal just before the break. The second-half continued in the same vein and it looked like Chelsea had blown it when Didier Drogba brought down Cesc Fabregas in the box on 49 minutes but Messi hit the crossbar from the spot. Barcelona were camped on the edge of the visitor's area and had a host of chances with Messi hitting the post once again. However the result was put to bed in injury time, when Chelsea finally broke away and substitute Torres rounded Valdes to score a dramatic goal to put the 10-man Blues into the final of the Champions League 3-2 on aggregate.