Chelsea are out of the Champions League at the semi-final stage after defeat against Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea took an early lead in the game - when Fernando Torres bagged an uncelebrated strike against his boyhood team.
But goals from Antonio Lopez, Diego Costa and Arda Turan eventually proved the difference - and in the end it was a fair result.
Now there is the prospect of an all-Madrid final for football fans to begin looking forward to - and one person who certainly seems to be happy about the result is a Chelsea title rival.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero made his move to the continent from Estudiantes in his Argentine homeland back in 2006 and played in the Spanish capital for five seasons.
He is still revered at the club - the fact he bagged 101 goals in 234 games for the club probably helped.
And last night he did not forget his previous alliance to Los Colchoneros - who he left for €45 million in July 2011.
Here is his Tweet from last night along with a helpful translation.
A joy to see the @Atleti in the final of the Champions League. My congratulations to the club, teammates and fans.
Una alegría ver al @Atleti en la final de la Champions. Mis felicitaciones al club, compañeros y afición.— Sergio Aguero (@aguerosergiokun) April 30, 2014
Aguero will now be hoping to get one over on Chelsea with his current team in the Premier League title race.