Kepa the hero as Chelsea progress
Chelsea 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt (2-2 on agg. Chelsea win 4-3 on penalties)
Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was the hero as Chelsea set up an all-London Europa League final in Baku after a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Chelsea looked to be heading out of the competition after Cesar Azpilicueta missed first in the penalty shoot-out.
However, it was Kepa - who caused so much controversy in the League Cup decider - who held his nerve by standing still and blocking Martin Hinteregger's fourth kick of the shoot-out.
After David Luiz netted Chelsea's fourth penalty, Kepa saved from Goncalo Paciencia, allowing Eden Hazard to wrap up the victory and send them through to a final against Arsenal.
Earlier Maurizio Sarri watched as his side once again proved to be fatally brittle after half-time, conceding the goal that brought the tie level to the prolific Eintracht striker Luka Jovic, after they had taken a first-half lead.
That was given to them by Ruben Loftus-Cheek, whose substitution in the last 10 minutes of the regulation 90 was accompanied by the booing of a home support.
However, it was all smiles at the end of the night.