In any other year, a clash between Chelsea and Galatasaray would not be feared by fans of the London club, but because of a former club legend's presence, a bit of fear has set in.
When the two sides clash for the first time on February 26, Didier Drogba could line up against the club and manager that brought him a treasure trove of success during the prime of his career.
While there is a ton of respect between Drogba, Jose Mourinho and the whole of Chelsea Football Club, the motivation for the Ivorian to score, and potentially win, against his former club has to be high.
Surely there will be some sentimental exchange between both sides at the start of the match, but in all reality, Galatasaray are a dangerous team that Chelsea must not fall asleep on.
It is worth remembering that the Turkish side handed Real Madrid a serious challenge in last season's quarterfinals before falling to Los Blancos on a 5-3 aggregate.