Chelsea must have thought to record another massive victory over Bayern Munich as they did in 2012, but they were bruised and battered by the German giants.
The Blues got off on the strong foot but as the game grew, their form suffered a dip allowing the Bavarians to take over. Bayern were ruthless in their display, dismantling the Blues part after part.
They looked more like they were in for a revenge rather than just do enough to get over the line and progress into the last-eight of the competition.
This revenge spirit was probably invoked after seeing Chelsea unfurl a banner at the Stamford Bridge commemorating their Champions League final win over the serial German champions at the Allianz Arena in 2012.
From the sound of the whistle, you get the feeling that Bayern were going to run over their other numbers but it was Chelsea who had the quickest start. However, this accounted for nothing as Bayern trounced the West Londoners.
A video of that memorable penalty shootout was shown on the big screen and it most likely infuriated the Bavarians all the more.
Chelsea are still as ambitious as they were in 2012, but they now look like measly ants going against the Elephants of Germany.
It now looks close to impossible for the Blues to cross over the line after that 3-0 lashing at the Stamford Bridge.
Skipper, Azpilicueta slipped while trying to press. Christensen followed attempting to cover but only exposed the defence for Lewandowski to cut in for Serge Gnabry who opened the floor with a goal.
The duo linked up once again three minutes later, with Lewy winning a duel before slipping the ball for Gnabry who scored the second of the night.
Lewandowski then capped off a wonderful performance with a goal of his own in the 76th minute after Alphonso Davies provided the assist down the left flank.