• Chelsea faced Swansea in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge
  • Blues fans continued to show their support for Frank Lampard ahead of the clash
  • Fernando Torres was given the nod to start up front, with Demba Ba left on the bench
  • Swansea's star player Michu gave the visitors a first-half lead
  • What a superb signing he's turned out to be for the Swans since his arrival in the summer
  • Torres showed his frustrations as Chelsea struggled to find a way back into the game
  • Rafael Benitez knows time is running out on his side in this first leg
  • Not even the introduction of Demba Ba could make a difference
  • As Danny Graham rounded the goalkeeper in stoppage time to double Swansea's advantage
  • The Swans are now within touching distance of their first ever major Wembley cup final following this 2-0 victory.
  • While Chelsea are in real danger of ending the season without a trophy
  • The previous night, Nahki Wells fired giant-killing Bradford into the lead against Aston Villa in the first leg of their last-four clash at Valley Parade
  • Nathan Baker and James Hanson battled for the ball
  • Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert had some thinking to do at half-time, with his side still trailing 1-0
  • Zavon Hines had a shot for the League Two side
  • Bradford boss Phil Parkinson urged his side on
  • The Bantams were in dreamland as Rory McArdle doubled their lead with a superb header
  • Andreas Weimann pulled a goal back for the visitors
  • But Carl McHugh restored Bradford's two-goal advantage in the closing stages
  • McArdle and McHugh applauded the fans following the famous 3-1 victory
  • The home supporters were on cloud nine...but will their team be able to go on and book a place at Wembley?

Capital One Cup semi-finals

Chelsea faced Swansea in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge