Possibly could have done better with Ramires' goal, which he got a hand to but couldn't stop from sailing over his head and into the net. Saved a long-range effort in the second half.
Finally restored to the Barca line-up and looked assured in his time on the pitch, bringing the ball out of the defence with aplomb. Was unlucky as he clashed with Valdes and went off with concussion.
Brave and committed at the back as he always is but had little to do as Chelsea attacked rarely. Tried desperately to get his head on several crosses at the other end.
Provided natural width but his trickery on the flank rarely reaped rewards. It was his clever pass which set up Busquets for the opener but he should have beaten Cech with a great chance in the second half.
Barcelona didn't really need a defensive midfielder in this match because Chelsea barely attacked, but the Catalan did his job well and was in the right place at the right time to put his side ahead following Cuenca's cutback.
Still below his best but produced some good link-up play around the box. Final ball wasn't as good as it could have been and he rarely looked a goal threat but won a penalty when he was fould by Drogba.
It was his goal that broke Chelsea hearts the last time these two teams met in a Champions League semi-final and he scored a fine second goal to put Barca 2-0 up here. Started on the left but found it difficult to create spaces against an ultra-defensive Chelsea.
Another Barca midfielder who has looked short of his finest form of late, but the Spain star pulled the strings in midfield as Barca saw most of the ball. Wasn't really decisive, though.
Having made mistakes in the last two games he looked invariably comfortable in Barca's three-man back line. Tried his luck with a long-range effort at the other end but failed to hit the target. Saw a late drive well saved by Cech.
Missed two glorious opportunities in the first match but was less of a protagonist in tonight's match as his runs failed to hurt Chelsea. Will be most remembered for being kneed by John Terry - an action which led to the red card for the Chelsea captain.
Has looked off-colour of late and this match was no different. He had his moments as he attempted to put through his team-mates with some neat through balls, but he missed the penalty which would have given Barca a place in the final. So often a hero, tonight the villain.
Was the hero for his side as he made s string of superb saves, notably from Cuenca, Mascherano and Messi. Could do nothing about the goals and will have been happy to see the penalty hit the bar.
Did well enough with a typically tenacious showing but disgraced himself as he kneed Alexis in the back and was deservedly sent off. Looked certain to cost his side any chance of advancing. Got away with it, but will miss the final.
Took a bad knock early in the game and had to be withdrawn, but did well in his time on the pitch.
Heroic at the back with a disciplined display, which was occasionally cynical. Restricted thje influence of Alexis and later Tello but both goals came from his channel.
A very accomplished performance from the full-back, who kept Cuenca at bay and gave no joy to his rivals down his side of the pitch. Fantastic defending.
It was his goal out of the blue which gave Chelsea hope when Barca were completely and utterly on top. Great chipped effort but Valdes could and maybe should have done better. Worked hard and put in a shift defensively.
Put in a lot of very good defensive work and denied Barca's middle men time on the ball. Offered a shield to his defence but didn't see much of the ball going forward. Booked late on.
Again he was anonymous. Very poor in London and unimpressive here too. Failed to get into the game, although his team's tactics didn't help. Replaced late on.
Never stopped working and was so important to his side, using all of his experience and getting into a few spats along the well. Used the ball well when he had it, but his was mostly a defensive role. Inevitably got himself booked.
J. Obi Mikel
Put in some decent blocks but was wasteful in possession and could have been sent off for a very poor challenge on Alexis.
Very lucky to get away with it after bringing down Cesc and conceding a penalty. Saw very little of the ball up front, but his first-leg goal proved vital. Replaced by Torres late on.
- 13 Pinto
- 21 Adriano Correia
Surprisingly left out of the side as Guardiola went for three at the back and didn't look his usual self when he replaced Pique. Unable to hurt Chelsea and his crossing was poor.
Came on as a second-half sub but had minimal impact.
- 17 Pedro
- 11 Thiago Alcântara
Left out today after a poor showing in the Clasico and didn't do much when he came on in this match. Wasted one great position late in the game.
- 22 R. Turnbull
Came on for the injured Cahill and produced a very solid performance within Chelsea's impressive rearguard.
- 15 F. Malouda
Came on for Mata with little over half an hour left but made little impact.
- 23 D. Sturridge
Much maliged this season but he came on and broke away to score a late leveller which broke Barca hearts and confirmed Chelsea's place in the final.