Within first five minutes, Petr Cech was forced to push Stephan Lichsteiner's volley onto the post, and the pressure rarely let up from there.
Though Eden Hazard had a great chance to put his side ahead inside ten minutes after a brilliant winding run from Oscar, the hosts were far the better team on the night. Chelsea, setting up in a defensive wing-back formation, had problems from back to front, while Juventus created chances consistently from all sides.
It's no mean feat beating the champions of Europe so comprehensively, putting them in danger of elimination to boot. How did they do it?