After Chelsea's thrilling victory over Napoli, we look back at some other continental classics.
Last Updated: 15/03/12 7:50am
Chelsea provided a truly memorable night in the Champions League on Wednesday as they defeated Napoli on aggregate after extra-time. Following the 5-4 thriller, we look back at some other memorable European encounters involving English clubs.
May 1999: Manchester United 2 Bayern Munich 1
Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer both struck in stoppage-time to overturn Mario Basler's early opener and grab the European title for United in exhilarating fashion.
April 2003: Manchester United 4 Real Madrid 3
Trailing 3-1 from their quarter-final first leg, United pressed desperately to reduce the deficit and were only denied by a mesmerising individual display from Real Madrid hat-trick hero Ronaldo.
November 2003: Inter Milan 1 Arsenal 5
Finally Arsene Wenger's men turned it on when on the big stage, with Thierry Henry's double leading the way to an extraordinarily one-sided victory in Italy. Three of the goals came in the last five minutes.
March 2005: Chelsea 4 Barcelona 2
Three goals up inside the first 19 minutes, Chelsea were then pegged back in a swinging end-to-end encounter before John Terry's priceless late header rounded off the most dramatic of victories, 5-4 on aggregate in the last 16.
May 2005: Liverpool 3 AC Milan 3
At 3-0 down in the final in Istanbul, Liverpool looked finished. They staged a magnificent second-half comeback, with goals from Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and a Xabi Alonso penalty taking the match to extra time. Jerzy Dudek was then the shoot-out hero as Rafa Benitez led Liverpool to a stunning triumph.
April 2009: Chelsea 4 Liverpool 4
Liverpool, trailing 3-1 from the first leg at Anfield, cancelled out the deficit with first-half goals from Fabio Aurelio and another Alonso penalty. Didier Drogba, Alex and Frank Lampard had Chelsea 6-3 ahead on aggregate, only for Lucas Leiva and Dirk Kuyt to reply. However, Lampard's second of the night in the 89th minute took Chelsea through 7-5 on aggregate.