thumbnail Hello, takes a look at what the football world thought of the Blues' semi-final triumph over Pep Guardiola's men as they recorded their feelings throughout the game on Twitter

Chelsea stunned Camp Nou on Tuesday night after proving last week's rearguard display was no fluke as they dumped Barcelona out of the Champions League and booked their own place in the final at the Allianz Arena on May 19.

The story of the game was captain John Terry's sending off after just 37 minutes, but the Blues stood tall and fought back from two goals down to draw level through a superb chip by Ramires and a last-gasp Fernando Torres strike to send the team through 3-2 on aggregate.

From Ruud Gullit to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the football world were seemingly glued to action as Roberto Di Matteo's side battled against the odds and is on hand to take a look at just who was saying what as Twitter went into overdrive...


"Not original but I can see Barca winning tonight and booking their place in the final to play Madrid."

- Michael Owen lays his predictions out on the Twitter table

"Come on Chelsea defend for ur lives!!!!"

- Phil Neville offers his support to the Blues

"Looking forward to the barca game tonight. I fancy 3-0 barca maybe more can't see Chelsea scoring."

- Celtic's Joe Ledley isn't full of pre-match hope for the English side

"Champions league game tonight. For everyone who love football enjoy the match."

- Gael Clichy sits on the fence, hoping football will prevail



- Sebastien Bassong doesn't hold back with his thoughts

"How can a player( captain, international, etc..) commit such a stupid action & jeopardise his club chances!!?"

- Gaizka Mendieta says what everyone else is thinking

"What where you thinking #johnterry"

- Ruud Gullit is in disbelief after Terry's foul on Alexis Sanchez

"Lost count of how many times an English team has been knocked out of a big tournament due to ill discipline."

- Michael Owen recalls the horrors witnessed during his England past


"This is unbelievable defending, desire, determination, mentally strong, brilliant Chelsea 10 mins left"

- Footballer-turned-pundit Robbie Savage praises Chelsea's resolve

"If chelsea do go through all you can say is fair play...I have been there, with 10 men playing against 11 and trust me it is not easy!"

- Jack Wilshere sympathies with the Blues' cause

"Name on cup????"

- Phil Neville believes Barcelona's futile attacking attempts are a sign

"Yo, why is Puyol playing up front LMAO!!!"

- Birmingham City winger Nathan Redmond is tickled by Barca's tactics


"Blue angel strikes again."

- Ruud Gullit's goes all religious after the striker rounds Valdes

"Delighted for Torres. Taken loads of stick. Great for English football to have a team in the final."

- Michael Owen joins in with the congratulations


- Chelsea youngster Josh McEachran just needs one word

"So happy for Torres what a MASSIVE goal!!"

- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain echoes the congratulations for the striker


"Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeereereeeeees. I believe in miracles"

- Ruud Gullit's cannot hide his delight as the final whistle rings out

"Chelsea is getting my vote for performance of the year. Well done guys, enjoy the moment and all the best in the final!"

- Vincent Kompany forgets the rivalry and sends his best for the final

"Incredible what a game #Barca-Chelsea! I'm actually very pleased for Torres! He suffered a lot what a great goal! Congrats"

- Robin van Persie sends the striker his congrats at full-time

"Now let's see Lamps lift that trophy in Munich!! #Chelsea"

- Michael Duberry his hoping his former side go all the way 

"Roberto di matteo must be Chelsea manager now !!!"

- Robbie Savage throws the Italian's hat into the ring himself

"Unbelievable performance from Chelsea. I didn't give them a chance with 10 men but they have defended heroically!"

- Michael Owen adds his final two cents

"10 Chelsea heroes out there tonight..#hatsoff"

- Steven Reid keeps his message short, sweet and poignant

"Yes!!! We're going to Munich! We're playing the big final!! We have suffered but it was worth it... Thanks to your support we made it!"

- Juan Mata thanks the fans after Chelsea's valiant run to the final