I'll leave you with a link to our European live text. Real Madrid are 2-1 up against Espanyol, while Juventus and PSG are also in action.
- Willian scores Chelsea penalty moments after Sheff Wed penalty overturned by VAR
- Hudson-Odoi's turn and strike for second, Willian thumps in third
- Crystal Palace beat Tottenham - Wickham tap-in & Townsend penalty, Tripper misses penalty
- Currently only five Premier League teams through to fifth round - draw on Monday
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World Cup winners Sergio Busquets, Thomas Muller and Ronaldinho have all trained there - as well as Neymar.
Their turnover of managers in the past five years is one of the highest in English football and the current boss, Darren Currie was described as one of the most tattooed players in Britain.
Welcome to non-league Barnet - the lowest ranked club remaining in this season's FA Cup.
Having stunned Sheffield United - 84 places above them on the league ladder - in the third round on 6 January, the National League side are looking for a second Championship scalp when Brentford visit The Hive on Monday.
More FA Cup upset material perhaps...? You can read more on that here.
Right, we're basically finished here now as we've given you all the reaction and stats.
One more FA Cup game tomorrow night.
Sheffield Wednesday caretaker boss Steve Agnew to BBC Sport: "We're obviously disappointed to lose 3-0. Credit to the players, they gave everything. We had a game plan but unfortunately we couldn't create that chance."
On the penalty that was overturned: "It's crazy. Obviously the VAR decisions are correct but what baffled me was surely it's a corner if it came off their player. The referee gave a drop ball. And a minute later they have a penalty.
"We'd been done by a penalty which happens. The attitude and the work-rate is something to build on. We'll continue with that for the rest of the season."
On Steve Bruce's arrival...
"Steve will be here this week and we're looking forward to him joining us."
Chelsea have lost just one of their past 38 home FA Cup matches (W32 D5), *that game* against Bradford in 2014-15.
Sheffield Wednesday haven’t won any of their last 20 FA Cup games against Premier League opponents (D6 L14), since beating Sheffield United in the 1992-93 semi-final.
Here are some juicy stats for all you 'shots on target' fans out there.
Sheffield Wednesday had the first one after 72 seconds - and then never had another.
And Chelsea scored all their three.
So that means nobody made a save in the last 88 minutes and 48 seconds plus injury time.
Chelsea assistant boss Gianfranco Zola to BBC Sport: "It's certainly a good result, we're very happy. We know how difficult these cup ties can be. Everyone made a really good effort.
"We performed very well against Spurs and again today after the first few minutes.
"We are pleased with Gonzalo Higuain's performance, he was trying to find the space and get on the ball. It wasn't easy as they had a lot of players round him."
There are some mavericks rating the players clearly because Gonzalo Higuain is miles ahead of Willian.
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Ex-Liverpool defender on BBC One
Sheffield Wednesday totally worked their socks off and at 3-0 it looks a bit devastating, but you can’t give them enough praise because it is so difficult to do what they tried to do today.
People may ask ‘why didn’t they go for it’ but if they did they may have been beaten five or six, so they were right to set up like they did.
Spanish La Liga
In Spain, Real Madrid have taken the lead against Espanyol through Karim Benzema.
Juventus are drawing 0-0 with Lazio.
Two-goal Willian to BBC Sport: "It was a good game. We are in the next round. We have to continue in the same way. We can't go up and down, up and down. We need to stabilise."
Chelsea midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi to BBC Sport: "I thought we did very well. It was a great team performance. We did very well in training and worked really hard.
"That's one of my highlights. It was nice to top it off with a goal."
He's asked if that could be his final game for Chelsea...
"I don't know, I can't say. I'll keep working hard and you never know what will happen."
Callum Hudson-Odoi hands his shirt to a fan. A gesture that usually gets a player plenty of credit without costing them a penny.
It's all over. Chelsea are the fifth Premier League team to book a place in the FA Cup fifth round.
Willian almost celebrates his award with another goal as he cuts inside and curls wide.
"Take it back off him," says Lawro.Copyright: AFP
Lawro picks Willian as his man of the match. "No other words needed," he says as he doesn't explain his decision.
Two more mins added on.