Barcelona v Chelsea: Seven great Blues" shut-outs

Seven great Chelsea shut-outs: Di Matteo's men can draw faith from yesteryear

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4-0 (aet) v Club Brugge
Cup-Winners' Cup quarter-final, 2nd leg (h) Mar '71

Trailing 2-0 after the first leg in Belgium, Chelsea kept Brugge out but still needed extra-time to overcome the deficit. Two Peters – Houseman and Osgood – scored in normal time. England forward Osgood made it three on 117 minutes, after which there was even time for a fourth from Tommy Baldwin.

2-0 v Club Brugge
Cup-Winners' Cup quarter-final, 2nd leg (h) Mar '95

Facing the Belgians again, this time after a 1-0 away defeat, Chelsea secured a home win thanks to first-half strikes from Mark Stein (right) and Paul Furlong.

Home win: Stein and Furlong sent Chelsea on their way to glory

Home win: Stein and Furlong sent Chelsea on their way to glory

1-0 v VFB Stuttgart
Cup-Winners' Cup final (Stockholm) May '98

Club legend Gianfranco Zola scored a stunning volley from Dennis Wise's pass in the 71st minute – just seconds after coming on as a substitute – to sink Stuttgart in the Swedish capital. Chelsea later had Dan Petrescu sent-off but held on for their second Cup-Winners' Cup triumph.

1-0 v Barcelona
Champions League group stages (h) Oct '06

A Didier Drogba goal gave Jose Mourinho and his side the win at Stamford Bridge. Unlike in last week's clash, it wasn't their only shot on target.

On target: Drogba celebrates after scoring against Barcelona

On target: Drogba celebrates after scoring against Barcelona

2-0 v Fenerbahce
Champions League quarter-final, 2nd leg (h) Apr '08

After going down 2-1 to the Turkish champions in Istanbul, Chelsea rallied at the Bridge with a clean sheet and goals from Michael Ballack and Frank Lampard. They went on to lose to Manchester United on penalties in the Moscow final.

1-0 v Juventus
Champions League Last 16, first leg (h) Mar '09

Chelsea held firm after Didier Drogba scored. The forward then struck late in the return leg to secure a 2-2 draw and see his side through.

Controversy: Iniesta celebrates his last-gasp goal

Controversy: Iniesta celebrates his last-gasp goal

0-0 v Barcelona
Champions League semi-final, 1st leg (a) Apr '09

Guus Hiddink's team kept the Catalans out in the Nou Camp, but Barca went through thanks to Andres Iniesta's added time away goal in a second leg marred by controversial refereeing after Michael Essien had given Chelsea the lead.