Chelsea beating Napoli 4-1 (5-3 on aggregate) has gone down as one of the club's greatest ever games, but is it as good as these classic matches?
CHELSEA PUT EIGHT PAST Wigan
Granted, it's a game you'd expect Chelsea to win, but with a thumping 8-0 victory in 2010 the Blues sealed their fourth league title and third of the Premier League era. Carlo Ancelotti's side needed a win in order to win the trophy and were only two goals to the good at half-time following Nicolas Anelka early goal and Frank Lampard's penalty. However, they ran rampant after the break with Salomon Kalou, Anelka again, a Didier Drogba hat-trick and a late Ashley Cole goal all helping to snatch the crown from Man United's grasp in emphatic fashion. Five days later the team added the FA Cup to cap a wonderful season.
CHELSEA SEND BARCA CRASHING
Thanks to John Terry, Chelsea powered past Barcelona in this 2005 classic Champions League clash. Trailing 2-1 from the first leg in Spain - infamous for the furore that surrounded referee Anders Frisk - Chelsea were 3-0 in front at Stamford Bridge after 19 minutes. A penalty and a moment of magic from Ronaldinho pegged the Blues back, but Terry set them up for a quarter final match up against Bayern, which they won, before being knocked out by Liverpool in the last four.
CHELSEA MARCH TOWARDS WEMBLEY AT LIVERPOOL'S EXPENSE
In this FA Cup classic Roberto Di Matteo and his Chelsea team-mates Mark Hughes, Gianluca Vialli and Gianfranco Zola combined to drag the Blues back from a 2-0 half-time deficit at Stamford Bridge in late January 1997. Table toppers Liverpool raced clear after goals from Robbie Fowler and talkSPORT's Stan Collymore, but Chelsea battled back to progress to the fourth round following a 4-2 win, exacting revenge for the 5-1 defeat at Anfield in September. Chelsea eventually won the FA Cup beating Middlesbrough 2-0 in the final thanks to Di Matteo and Eddie Newton goals.
CHELSEA BEAT ARSENAL'S 'INVINCIBLES'
Chelsea had not beaten their London rivals in 15 attempts and they left it late in 2004 to end the Gunners' unbeaten run at Highbury in the Champions League. Following a 1-1 draw in the first leg at Stamford Bridge, Jose Reyes put the home side in front, but Frank Lampard equalised shortly after the restart. With five minutes remaining, Ashley Cole's goal-line clearance saved the Blues, before Wayne Bridge bagged the winner two minutes later to knock out Arsenal's so-called 'Invincibles'.
CHELSEA KNOCK Spurs FOR SIX
In December 1997 Chelsea recorded their biggest away win ever against London opposition, though at half-time at White Hart Lane it was one apiece with Tore-Andre Flo and Ramon Vega scoring in quick succession. After the break, Di Matteo, Dan Petrescu, Mark Nicholls and Flo completed his hat-trick to make it 6-1.
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS HUMBLED BY THE BLUES
When Man United pitched up at Stamford Bridge for their Premier League clash in 1999, they were fresh from winning the treble League, but against Chelsea they fell apart. Gus Poyet and Chris Sutton gave the Blues a two-goal cushion after just 16 minutes and less than 10 minutes after the restart Poyet added another. Henning Berg put the ball into his own net shortly afterwards and Jody Morris made it five towards the end.