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Chelsea storms into quarterfinals

2012-03-15 06:51:29 GMT2012-03-15 14:51:29(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Frank Lampard celebrates after defeating Napoli in their Champions League soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London March 14, 2012. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Chelsea's English defender John Terry celebrates scoring the second goal during their UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match against Napoli at Stamford Bridge, London. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Ivanovic celebrates after defeating Napoli in their Champions League soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London March 14, 2012. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Chelsea's manager Roberto di Matteo (L) and Chelsea's Didier Drogba celebrate after defeating Napoli in their Champions League soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London March 14, 2012. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Chelsea's Ivorian forward Didier Drogba celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match Chelsea vs Napoli at Stamford Bridge Stadium in London. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Frank Lampard shoots at the goal in their Champions League soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London March 14, 2012. Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate. (Reuters Photos)

Chelsea reached the Champions League quarter-finals as they defeated Napoli 4-1 after extra time for a 5-4 win on aggregate.

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