Maren Mjelde scored a Stunning injury-time goal at Paris Saint Germain to Ship Chelsea in to the Women’s Champions League Semifinals.
The tie appeared for extratime before Mjelde poked home from Karen Carney’s cross to seal a 3-2 aggregate win.
Kadidiatou Diani had put PSG ahead at the night with the game’s first shot on target early in the 2nd half.
A calamitous particular goal by Chelsea keeper Ann-Katrin Berger made it 2-2 on aggregate before Mjelde won the tie.
The Women’s Super League winners will confront holders Lyon in the previous four, when they watched last year’s defeated finalists Wolfsburg 6-3 on aggregate.
Chelsea pressed but didn’t sabotage to improve their own two-goal first-leg advantage for much of the match.
The Parisians were nullified for much of a poor first half, but did show late glimpses of their skills – Diani sending a warning shot rather wide, before Marie-Antoinette Katoto had been wastefully off target.
Diani, however, sparked two-time finalists PSG to lifetime when she turned into a low Ashley Lawrence cross from 10 yards out soon following the break.
Berger’s terrible fumble because she attempted to collect a corner made it 2-0 at the evening and degree on aggregate with 3-4 minutes remaining.
PSG were most menacing in hunt of a late winner, however Mjelde procured the aggregate victory for Chelsea when she hurried at the far post to prod home captain Carney’s lofted cross.
PSG: Endler, Cook (Bunn 90+3), Geyoro, Katoto, Diani, Lawrence, Paredes, Berglund, Perisset (Glas 75), Formiga, Wang.
Unused substitutes: Kiedrzynek, Diallo, Zamanian, Morroni, Baltimore.
Chelsea: Berger, Blundell (Carter 74), Mjelde, Eriksson, Andersson, Spence, Ingle, Ji, Bachmann (Kirby 60), England (Bright 60), Carney.
Unused substitutes: Lindahl, Cooper, Riley, Engman.