All Chelsea supporters around the world have something to cheer about.

Being champions of Europe is just a victory away, as the Blues overcame some of the early-season problems by defeating defending Barcelona on aggregate in the semi-finals.

It was a truly emotional night for every player in the Chelsea squad, and especially for Fernando Torres, who scored the goal that sealed the victory for Chelsea after being brought in for Didier Drogba.

Even a red card to the captain John Terry and an early injury to Gary Cahill did not stop Chelsea from holding off Barcelona. Lionel Messi could not find the back of the net even from the penalty spot.

Coming back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Barcelona was an extraordinary feat in the books of Chelsea. The widely regarded favorites, Barcelona were all ready and up for the fight -- until they realized that luck and fate were not on their side.

The goal post acted as a savior once again while Petr Cech and every player in the Blues camp had given every bit of their lives to something that one entire Roman Abrahamovic era has been waiting for.

Indeed, Chelsea's road to the Finals in Munich has been marked with lots of luck and plenty of hard work. Now, it's all about how long they can sustain this spectacular run.