Jose Mourinho chats to the media as he returned to face his old side Chelsea with current team Inter Milan at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea's Jon Obi Mikel challenges Samuel Eto'o for the ball during their second leg tie.
And it's Eto'o who makes the breakthrough, scoring for Inter to put them 3-1 up in the tie.
Chelsea's Joe Cole, Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba look unhappy after the goal's gone in.
It went from bad to worse for Chelsea as Didier Drogba was sent off for a foul on Inter Milan's Brazilian midfielder Thiago Motta
At the final whistle it was Inter Milan who were celebrating as they progress to the next stage of the competition.