Chelsea are through to the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since the 2013/14 campaign.
Thomas Tuchel's side secured a meeting with either Real Madrid or Liverpool on Tuesday evening, despite the fact they lost 1-0 to FC Porto in Seville.
Thankfully for the west London outfit, they won the first leg 2-0 and it was a pretty comfortable evening for the team once again if truth be told.
Porto offered very little in an attacking sense and had just one shot on target throughout the whole game.
However, that effort on Edouard Mendy's goal was an absolute stunner from Iranian striker, Mehdi Taremi.
The 28-year-old produced one of the best overhead kicks you will ever see and his acrobatic effort flew into the top corner of Chelsea's goal.
This makes Olivier Giroud's strike against Atletico Madrid look decidedly average!
What. A. Goal.
There's no better way to sign off a memorable Champions League campaign than that.
Chelsea fans will, of course, be a tad annoyed that their side conceded so late in the game, but there's not much you can do when an opposing player scores in such an outrageous manner.
The Blues faithful can focus on the many positives from the match instead, which includes the continuation of Christian Pulisic's fine form.
The American was electric once again after his stellar display against Crystal Palace last weekend and the only way Porto could stop him was by fouling.
Per Squawka, Pulisic won 11 fouls during his time on the pitch, the most by an single player in a Champions League game in the past five seasons.
When he's at his best, the 22-year-old really is an absolute nightmare to play against.News Now - Sport News