Five of the greatest Champions League nights for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

Will Chelsea produce another special performance against Atletico? Photo: PA

Ahead of tonight's semi-final clash against Ateltico, we relive five of greatest Champions League nights for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea 4-2 Barcelona, March 8th 2005 – round of 16

Trailing 2-1 from the first leg, Chelsea dumped Barcelona out in a classic Champions League tie at the Bridge, albeit in controversial circumstances. The Catalan side were furious about goalkeeper Victor Valdes being impeded by Ricardo Carvalho for John Terry's decisive late goal.

John Terry celebrates his late winner against Barcelona in 2005. Credit: PA

Chelsea 3-2 Liverpool, April 30th 2008 – semi-final

Extra-time goals from Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba edged Chelsea past Liverpool and into the final against Man United in Moscow, during English football's most dominant era in the Champions League. Little did they know, it would all end with John Terry's tears after a costly slip and penalty miss against the Red Devils.

It was all too much for Fernando Torres, then a Liverpool player, of course. Credit: PA

Chelsea 4-1 Napoli, March 14th 2012 – round of 16

There weren't many who gave a stuttering Chelsea side much hope after the 3-1 first leg defeat in Naples. When Andre Villas-Boas was consequently sacked, it seemed like a season of consolidation for the Blues, until Frank Lampard's penalty 15 minutes from time forced another 30 minutes. Branislav Ivanovic tucked away the winner in extra-time, and Chelsea went on to be crowned Champions of Europe.

Ivanovic's 105th minute winner set up a quarter-final against Benfica. Credit: PA

Chelsea 1-0 Barcelona, April 18th 2012 – semi-final

Continually written off under interim manager Roberto di Matteo, Chelsea were huge underdogs heading into a two leg semi-final against Pep Guardiola's all conquering Barcelona. They were resilient during the first leg at Stamford Bridge, with Gary Cahill and John Terry keeping Lionel Messi at bay, and Didier Drogba pouncing in first-half stoppage time to give them a crucial lead in Catalunya.

Talisman Drogba carried Chelsea to Champions League glory in 2012. Credit: PA

Chelsea 2-0 PSG, April 8th 2014 – quarter-final

The 3-1 defeat in Paris seemed to be curtains for Jose Mourinho's first attempt at Champions League glory in his second spell. That was until his team produced one of their finest European performances at Stamford Bridge, even though it required Demba Ba's late, hooked toe-poke to secure a semi-final spot against Atletico.

Demba Ba, David Luiz, Jose Mourinho and co. enjoy Ba's late winner. Credit: PA

Watch highlights of Chelsea's 2-0 win over PSG below