Despite playing with ten men for most of this enthralling fixture thanks to 'Mr. Nice-guy' John Terry kneeing Sanchez in the back,
Roberto Di Matteo's side withstood the homeside's domination of the game to emerge with a creditable draw meaning they won the semi-final 3-2 on aggregate.
Indeed some credit must go, begrudgingly, to Chelsea and Di Matteo for the improvement in their results since the sacking of Villas Boas.
They have lost only once in all competitions and as we face them in FA Cup Final on the 5th of May, you have to ask, just how will we beat them on the day.
Chelsea have improved markedly of late, defensively, they are very strong and they also have the knack of scoring vital goals throughout the team with Didier Drogba(when he stops diving), Frank Lampard, Sturridge and others.
Make no mistake, Liverpool will have to be at their very best on FA Cup Final day to win the coveted trophy.
Liverpool will hope that Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll are at their sharpest in front of goal while the midfield and defence will need total concentration to stop Chelsea from scoring.
Expect a very tough encounter at Wembley Stadium in a few weeks time, lets hope we win.