Chelsea: Cech; Bosingwa, Terry, Alex, Ashley Cole;
Essien, Ballack; Anelka, Lampard, Malouda ; Drogba (Belletti 71'). 4-2-3-1.
Barcelona: Víctor Valdés; Daniel Alves, Piqué, Touré Yaya, Abidal; Xavi, Busquets (Bojan 84'), Keita; Messi, Eto'o (Sylvinho 96', Iniesta (Gudjohnsen 95'). 4-3-3.
1-0. 09. Essien. Latched on to loose ball outside area and struck volley in off bar.
1-1. 93. Iniesta. Picked up Messi square pass and curled shot wide of Cech. Report to folllow.
Barcelona are through to the Champions League final on the away goals rule after a last minute 1-1 draw at Chelsea! Defending a 0-0 first leg result, Guardiola's side went behind early on when Essien fired in a spectacular volley from outside of the area.
Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo let the visitors off a couple of penalty appeals before the break for possible fouls by Alves and Abidal on Malouda and Drogba, and Terry headed wide from a corner. Iniesta fired a long shot over, but soon after the restart Valdés was in action again to keep out Drogba.
Midway through the second half Barcelona were left with ten men when Abidal was sent off for an over-the-top red card after Anelka fell in the area under his challenge, but the referee featured again a few minutes later when he turned down another penalty appeal after Piqué blocked the ball with his hand.
Barça hadn't managed to test Cech all night though against a packed and well-ordered defence, but they didn't give up, and with the game in the third minute of injury time Iniesta pounced on to Messi's pass to curl a shot wide of Cech and set up a mouth-watering final with Manchester United in three weeks' time.