Well done, Chelsea. Well done. Enjoy it. Soak it in. You've earned it.
After going down 3-1 in the first leg of the Champions League "Sweet 16," Chelsea found themselves having to dig out a big Italian hole.
And somehow caretaker manager Roberto Di Matteo found a shovel big enough.
The scoring started with an athletic display from striker Didier Drogba, who has excelled in the tournament thus far for the Blues.
But it's the second half that got Stamford Bridge to its feet. John Terry showed why he's earned the captain's armband with an incredible touch off a Frank Lampard corner. He cheaply conceded Napoli's only goal minutes later, but Lampard got on the score sheet himself with a well-taken penalty goal.
That made the score 4-4 on aggregate and extra time was even more intense.
In extra time it was Branislav Ivanovic—of all people!—who smashed home a difficult cross from Drogba and gave the southwest London club its one-way ticket to the Champions League quarterfinals.
The scoreline says the team looked superb overall, but how did the individuals grade out? Check out my player ratings and let me know if you agree.