Henry Winter for The Telegraph:
From Barcelona to Munich, Chelsea have been in these demanding defensive situations so many times that they seem to possess a default defiance setting. The personnel occasionally changes, Courtois replacing Petr Cech, but they avoid risks, concentrate hard, clear their lines, stand tall, time their tackles, cover each other’s backs and repel attacks.
In some ways this was Mourinho at his best. Chelsea were organised and resolute, despite being the worse team for most of the second half.