Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona

Andres Iniesta's spectacular strike deep into stoppage time wrecked Chelsea's dreams of a second successive Champions League final against Manchester United amid chaotic scenes at Stamford Bridge. 
Chelsea looked to have kept Barcelona at bay and sealed an all-Premier League clash in Rome on a night of nerve-jangling tension after Michael Essien's 20-yard blockbuster in the ninth minute. 
But with Guus Hiddink's side hanging on - and fuelled by a sense of injustice after referee Tom Ovrebo rejected a succession of penalty appeals - Iniesta beat Petr Cech from the edge of the area to send Barcelona into the final on away goals. 
It was a heartbreaking moment for Chelsea and one that was too much to bear for Didier Drogba, on the sidelines after being substituted with an injury.
There had already been angry scenes in the technical area after Barcelona's leveller, with Hiddink appearing to be buffeted on the touchline, but at the final whistle, Drogba marched on to the field to subject referee Ovrebo to a prolonged verbal tirade. 
He rightly received a yellow card, but Drogba refused to be deterred by this punishment and continued to pursue the official while being held back. 
It was a unpalatable conclusion to a dramatic encounter in which Chelsea had four appeals for penalties ignored, the strongest being a clear handball by Gerard Pique after the break. 

Barcelona now face United in the final - but it was victory at a price with Dani Alves ruled out of the final after a booking and Eric Abidal also missing after he was unluckily sent off for tangling with Nicolas Anelka. 
Chelsea, meanwhile, must now gather their forces for the end of the Premier League campaign and the FA Cup final against Everton.