Chelsea saw their Champions League hopes fade in a second half lesson by Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
The Blues had produced a sturdy display to keep the scores level at half-time, but their good work was undone in three minutes.
Former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry grabbed a quickfire double to put Chelsea on the backfoot at Stamford Bridge, before Robert Lewandowski added a third soon after.
The duo combined for both Gnabry’s goals, with Lewandowski giving his teammate a simple tap in to open
the scoring, before sliding him through to double their advantage.
Alphonso Davies then provided Lewandowski his own chance to get on the scoresheet, racing down the left before cutting it back for the Pole to finish and all but seal the tie.
To add insult to injury, Chelsea then had Marcos Alonso sent off late on for swinging an arm at Lewandowski to earn himself a red.