Barcelona: Víctor Valdés;
Piqué (Dani Alvés 26'), Mascherano, Puyol; Xavi, Busquets,
Iniesta, Fàbregas (Keita 73'); Cuenca (Tello 68'), Alexis, Messi. 3-4-3.
Chelsea: Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill (Bosingwa 12'), Terry, Cole; Mikel, Meireles; Mata (Kalou 58'), Lampard, Ramires, Drogba (Fernando Torres 80'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 35. Busquets. Got on the end of Isaac Cuenca pass to turn ball in on far post.
2-0. 43. Iniesta. Picked up Messi through ball and steered angled shot past Cech.
2-1. 45+1. Ramires. Ran on to Lampard pass and chipped shot over Víctor Valdés.
2-2. 92. Fernando Torres. Ran through from midfield and rounded keeper to score.
Barcelona are out of this season's Champions League! In one of the most extraordinary contests in recent times, Chelsea came through with ten men to draw 2-2 in the Nou Camp and dump the reigning champions out of the competition! As in the first leg, it was one way traffic in favour of the Spanish side from start to finish. But once again they failed to take their chances, Messi firing an initial effort wide and then shooting at Cech when free on goal. Chelsea's packed defence prevented Guardiola's side from creating too many opportunities, but with ten minutes to go to the break Busquets cancelled out the Premier League team's first leg lead when he turned Cuenca's cross in on the far post. A minute later the visitors were left with ten men when Terry was sent off for kneeing Alexis from behind in an off-the-ball incident, and a couple of minutes later it seemed to be all over when Messi put Iniesta through to score a second. Nothing could have been further than the truth though, and with the first half coming to an end Lampard found Ramires for him to run on and chip the ball over Valdés, a vital away goal which put the visitors ahead in the tie. Three minutes in to the second half Barça should have gone in front again when Drogba tripped Fàbregas in the area, but Messi fired the resulting spot kick against the crossbar. By now Drogba was playing at left back as Di Matteo pulled all nine outfield players in and around the penalty area, and despite some frantic attacking it was not until eight minutes before the end that Alexis turned in a Dani Alves cross only for the full back to be pulled up for a borderline offside. Messi hit the post a minute later, but with the game in the second minute of injury time substitute Fernando Torres delivered the sucker punch, rounding Valdés to level the scores on the night in a rapid breakaway. In just seven days Barcelona's season has fallen apart, and now they only have the Copa del Rey final left to save something from the current campaign. The end of an era, or can they get it all back after the summer break?