Chelsea’s failure to win their Champions League group has cost them.
After finishing second in Group C behind AS Roma, Antonio Conte’s side have been drawn to play against Group D winners Barcelona in the last 16.
This is the first time the two clubs have met in a competitive match since their memorable Champions League semi-final second leg clash at the Camp Nou back in April 2012, when the Blues miraculously booked their place in the final following a pulsating 2-2 draw.
However, they have played each other since then.
In July 2015, Chelsea took on Barcelona in the International Champions Cup - essentially a glorified pre-season friendly - at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.
This was the first time that Eden Hazard - Chelsea’s equivalent of Lionel Messi, you could say - came up against the Catalan giants.
But what happened in that match?
Hazard scored a ridiculously good goal
Well, Hazard broke the deadlock in the 10th minute with a quite magnificent solo goal.
Watch it here…
Chelsea won on penalties
Luis Suarez and Sandro Ramirez then scored within 14 second-half minutes to turn the game on its head, but Gary Cahill took the game to a penalty shoot-out with an 85th-minute equaliser.
Chelsea scored all four of their penalties in the shoot-out - through Radamel Falcao, Victor Moses, Ramires and Loic Remy - and subsequently won the match after Alen Halilovic and Gerard Pique both missed.
Video: Hazard's stunning highlights v Barcelona
Hazard, however, was easily the star of the show.
‘Hazard just did a Messi against Barcelona,’ reads the top comment on the YouTube video of his individual highlights from that match, which you can watch here…
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