London: Chelsea FC captain John Terry finally settled an extraordinary match with a header 14 minutes from time to put JosÃ© Mourinho's side into the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals and kill off the challenge of FC Barcelona. The English team, trailing from the first leg, had taken a 3-0 lead on the night inside the first 19 minutes through Eidur Gudjohnsen, Frank Lampard and Damien Duff, only to be rocked back by two away goals from Ronaldinho - one a penalty, the other a sublime chip. It remained thrilling end-to-end stuff but Chelsea had the last word. 5-4 on aggregate over the two legs. In other matches Manchester were dumped out by Italian champions A C Milan 2-0 on aggregate. Oly Lyonnais beat Werder Bremen 10-2.