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A stunning last-gasp strike from Andres Iniesta put 10-man Barcelona in the Champions League final on the away goals rule, giving the Catalan giants a 1-1 draw at Chelsea on a night of high drama at Stamford Bridge.

With the clock showing two minutes gone out of an extra four minutes at the end of the game, Spanish international Iniesta fired in a sublime shot from the edge of the area to break Chelsea's hearts and take Pep Guardiola's side through to a dream final against holders Manchester United in Rome on May 27.

Following last week's cagey goalless draw at the Nou Camp, all the talk before the match was whether Barca's stunning attacking prowess could pierce Chelsea's solid defense.

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As Barca had hit Real Madrid for six last Saturday, their hopes were high. However, the loss of Thierry Henry through injury proved a major setback for the Catalan giants and -- despite dominating possession for the majority of the match -- they failed to seriously trouble the Chelsea goal until Iniesta's strike. Read full article »

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