Chelsea broke an impressive record in their 3-1 win in normal time against Real Madrid on Tuesday despite dropping out of the Champions League on aggregate.
Thomas Tuchel’s men won 3-2 on the night in extra time but this was not enough to see them progress as Real Madrid won 5-4 on aggregate.
Despite the feeling of disappointment after falling out of the Champions League, Chelsea can take some pride as they made history for the club.
The win sees Chelsea register their eighth successive victory in all competitions, the best-ever run of results on the road for the Blues.
Chelsea have won every away match since they beat Crystal Palace with a late Hakim Ziyech goal in February after they returned from Club World Cup duties.
The last time Thomas Tuchel’s men failed to win an away match was in January, a 1-1 draw at the AmEx to Graham Potter’s Brighton.