Chelsea's Europa League success

The 2012-2013 Europa League final took place at Ajax's 53,000-capacity Amsterdam Arena
Benfica fans made themselves heard in the heart of Amsterdam as they prepared for the Europa League final
Despite Rafa Benitez taking Chelsea to a major European final, the club's fans made it clear who they wanted in charge at Stamford Bridge next season
Chelsea captain John Terry missed the game due to injury, but the club's fans still showed their support for their captain
The Chelsea and Benfica players walked out on to the pitch at the Amsterdam Arena, 90 minutes from glory
It was a sea of blue and red in the stands as both sides took to the pitch
Benfica went close early on and Chelsea were indebted to goalkeeper Petr Cech, who made a number of good saves
Three legends of European football watched the Europa League final: Benfica and Portugal great Eusebio sat alongside Uefa president Michel Platini and former Ajax forward Johan Cruyff
Benfica's Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic was playing against his former club
The much-maligned Fernando Torres opened the scoring for Chelsea after 60 minutes with his 21st goal of the season
Chelsea's players, led by David Luiz and Juan Mata, celebrated Fernando Torres's opening goal
Benfica manager Jorge Jesus was unhappy with his players after they went 1-0 down against Chelsea
Benfica were given the chance to draw level after they earned a penalty when Cesar Azpilicueta handles Eduardo Salvio's header
Oscar Cardozo made no mistake as Benfica convert the penalty to draw level
There was to be no great comeback for Benfica as Branislav Ivanovich headed home a last-minute winner to seal Chelsea's second major European honour in as many years
That goal spelled heartbreak for Benfica, who now have the unenviable record of losing their last seven European finals
Chelsea's victorious players formed a guard of honour for Benfica and their manager Jorge Jesus
Despite not being fit enough to play, John Terry took his place alongside Frank Lampard, Juan Mata and Jon Obi Mikel to help lift Chelsea's second major European honour
Interim Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, lifted the Europa League trophy
Chelsea became the first side to simultaneously hold the Champions League and Europa League titles.