Chelsea successfully managed to progress through to the Champions League semi-final's on Tuesday night thanks to a late Demba Ba goal which brought the tie level at 3-3 but allowed The Blues to go through on away goals.
The game even saw a trademark run down the touchline from Jose Mourinho, but he wasn't celebrating this time, but instead running to give direct instructions to his team. His side held on despite some scary moments towards the end of the game and Mourinho is now in his fifth consecutive Champions League semi-final and his eighth overall.
After the match Zlatan Ibrahimovic who was injured for the game showed his respect for his former manager Jose Mourinho wishing him good luck for the rest of the season.
Mourinho seemed quite shocked at first when Zlatan sneaked up behind the Chelsea manager but was glad to see him when he realised who it was, and they embraced in a friendly hug. Jose managed the Swedish international for one season when they were both at Inter Milan together between 2008 and 2009. Ibrahimovic was then sold to Barcelona which saw current Chelsea player Samuel Eto'o move the other way.
Wednesday's games will determine who Chelsea could face in the last four of the Champions League and they could well be the only English side left in Europe unless Manchester United can overcome Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.