Chelsea had allot of grounds to break and loosing to Bayern at Stamford bridge was not the best so far for a home sided first leg draw
Bayern Munich obviously proved far too strong for Chelsea again as Robert Lewandowski starred in a 4-1 win at the Allianz Arena (7-1 on aggregate) to reach the Champions League quarter-final.
Chelsea had a mountain to climb even before Bayern raced into a two-goal lead through Robert Lewandowski’s penalty and Ivan Perisic’s simple finish, but the Blues clawed back some pride with Tammy Abraham’s close-range goal from Manuel Neuer’s error.
Frank Lampard’s promising first season at Chelsea finishes with two disappointing defeats, following their FA Cup final loss last weekend, while it will take a fine team to stop Bayern in Lisbon as the Champions League reaches a unique finale.
Although they secured a Chance at the UCL next season finishing fourth on the EPl table