Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle United
Papiss Demba Cisse scored twice to give Newcastle all three points against Chelsea and keep their top four hopes alive.
Roberto di Matteo started with the likes of Ashley Cole, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard and Juan Mata on the bench ahead of the weekend's FA Cup final and Chelsea could've been ahead within the first minute.
Fernando Torres knocked down for Raul Meireles but he struck over as the home side enjoyed most of the early possession.
After a couple of wasted opportunities for Newcastle the game struck into life on 18 minutes. Cisse took the ball, flicked it up on the edge of the area and struck a half-volley fiercely past Petr Cech into the Chelsea goal.
The Blues looked more urgent but struggled to really break down a strong and resolute Newcastle defence, while it was the visitors who came closest to scoring again. The ball was laid back to Demba Ba from a corner and his powerful shot struck the crossbar on 42 minutes.
Mata was brought on at half-time as Chelsea looked to attack but time-after-time they were thwarted by the Newcastle back four. There was an eight-minute stoppage as Chiek Tiote needed medical attention before Di Matteo called on Drogba and Lampard, as Chelsea time and again failed to get the equaliser.
In the time added on, Cisse got his second to secure the win. As Newcastle looked to be playing the clock down he went for a half-volley from 30 yards out and the ball swerved massively to settle into the Chelsea net and silence Stamford Bridge.
For Newcastle the Champions League dreams remain alive but it's looking like Chelsea might have to win the competition to stand any chance of getting back in next season.