Bayern Munich condemned Chelsea to their heaviest loss in the Champions League and book a date with Barcelona for the quarterfinals.
Robert Lewandoski inspired his side who were already leading 3-0 from their first leg match at the Stamford Bridge.
The Poland was on the score sheet where he converted from the penalty spot and in the 83rd minute to seal the deserved win.
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They were 5-1 on aggregate in the first half when teammate Perisic doubled the lead and Chelsea pulled one back from youngster Abraham in the 44th minute.
Corentin Tolisso came in as a substitute to net the third goal for Bayern when he volleyed the ball in the 76th minute.
Lessons for Chelsea to learn
The loss at Allianz Arena was a tough lesson for Frank Lampard and his squad to learn from and put in extra effort come next season.
Before the match began, Lampard noted how it was a tough mission to overturn first leg results and the results in the first half forced them to prevent further damage.
At the end of it, he noted how some of the errors were from individual players but was proud of his side who have come a long way to be where they are at the end of the season.