So, Chelsea join Manchester City for an all-English Champions League final.
What a couple of nights it has been for the Premier League.
And read below for even more...
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, speaking to BT Sport:"They deserve to win. First off it's difficult because Real had a lot of possession and they made us suffer, but then we were dangerous with counter-attacks and never lost the hunger, never lost their desire to defend.
"Second half was even better, the structure to defend and in the second half, we could've scored much earlier - I could've scored more. It's a fantastic achievement and big congratulations to the team."
Chelsea goalscorer Mason Mount, speaking to BT Sport: "I can't put into words. Great performance tonight.
"It was a tough, tough game. They're going to come and give it everything but we worked hard. We should've probably had about five! But the most important thing is we won tonight."
Former Chelsea midfielder Pat Nevin, on BBC Radio 5 Live: "It was a brilliantly entertaining game. You look over the period of the two ties, Chelsea could have scored seven or eight. It was extraordinary impressive from Chelsea and the rate at which they are maturing has really shocked me.
"If you had told me two months ago they would be in a Champions League final I'd have laughed at you."
Join us again tomorrow when Arsenal and Manchester United will try and make it a clean sweep for the Premier League by reaching the Europa League final.