Chelsea and Jose Mourinho suffered Champions League heartache as Atletico Madrid set up a derby final with city rivals Real.
Here's how we rated each of his side out of 10:
Mark Schwarzer: This evening the 41-year-old became the oldest player to ever start a Champions League knockout tie. The Australian did his job diligently but could do little to prevent Atletico Madrid netting three times. 6
Branislav Ivanovic: Advanced well in the first half but once Cesar Azpilicueta moved away from his position wide on the right he was at times exposed. 6
Ashley Cole: Began impressively but tailed off as the first half wore on. Caught out of position when Adrian struck and replaced shortly after the restart. 6
Gary Cahill: Given a difficult evening by Diego Costa but rarely put a foot wrong despite picking up a first-half booking. 7
John Terry: Led impressively but this was to be another disappointing night in the Champions League latter stages for the Chelsea captain. 6
David Luiz: Starting on a booking, perhaps that is why he did not look at his defensive best. Was more of an outlet on the attack, coming close when hitting the goal frame. 6
Ramires: Another energetic display from the Brazilian midfielder, yet he could do little to stop the Atleti onslaught after the break. 6
Cesar Azpilicueta: Starting wide on the right, the versatile defender kept Filipe Luis quiet in the first half. Slotted into regular left-back role when Cole was replaced, putting in a sturdy display. 7
Willian: Chelsea's other player starting on a booking, his energy was impressive as was his build-up play, epitomised as he wriggled free for the opener. 7
Eden Hazard: The newly-crowned PFA Young Player of the Year looked sharp early on, with his dashes to the byline causing havoc - yet the returning winger tired as the match wore on. 6
Fernando Torres: Chosen to lead the line against his former club, the Spaniard netted with his first shot of the night to put Chelsea in the driving seat. That, though, was about all he offered. 6
Samuel Eto'o (replaced Cole, 54): Brought on to change the game, he certainly did that. Just minutes after his introduction his foolish challenge on Diego Costa allowed the Atleti striker to make it 2-1 and changed the complexion of the match. 5
Demba Ba (Torres, 67): Brought on with the score at 2-1, he did not get the support he required and was an anonymous performer. 6
Andre Schurrle (William, 77): Jose Mourinho's last throw of the dice, he saw calls for a late penalty waved away and had little time to make an impact. 6.