Basle 1 Chelsea 2: Luiz strikes with last kick of the game after Swiss side level with questionable penalty… but the Brazilian shouldn't have been on the pitch
20:58 GMT, 25 April 2013
21:15 GMT, 25 April 2013
David Luiz scored a free-kick at the death to earn a crucial Europa League away win against Basle in the first-leg semi-final.
Moments earlier he had committed a late, high lunge, which should have seen him red carded.
It followed a shocking decision by referee Pavel Kralovec, when he adjudged Cesar Azpilicueta to have committed a foul in the area when it was clear he had not.
Fabian Schar struck from the spot to cancel out Victor Moses' first half header and seemingly earn Basle a draw.
Last gasp: David Luiz struck with what proved to be the final kick of the game
Pure delight: Luiz celebrates wildly after scoring with a low free-kick
Tucked away: Fabian Schar converted after a penalty was awarded for very little at all
Basle: Sommer, Philipp Degen, Schar, Dragovic, Park, Fabian Frei, Salah, El-Nenny, Die, Stocker, Streller.
Subs: Vailati, David Degen, Diaz, Cabral, Sauro, Steinhofer, Zoua.
Chelsea: Cech, Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Terry, Cole, Luiz, Hazard, Ramires, Lampard, Moses, Torres.
Subs: Turnbull, Mata, Oscar, Mikel, Cahill, Benayoun, Bertrand.
Ref: Pavel Kralovec (Czech Republic)
More to follow.
Away goal: Victor Moses' (right) header opened the scoring for Chelsea
Topsy-turvy: The Nigerian winger celebrated in style with some of his trademark acrobatics
Aiming high: Rafa Benitez wants to take Chelsea to Europa League glory this season
Magic man: Until he was substituted, Eden Hazard was the star of the show
Frustration: Marco Streller reacts after missing a good opportunity as Chelsea sat back