Burnley completed the shock of the round in the Carling Cup Round 4, beating Chelsea in their own backyard,
The Coca-Cola Championship side went through after a penalty shootout, following a 1-1 draw after extra time.
Didier Drogba opened the scoring for the Premiership side, but substitute Ade Akinbiyi scored his first goal since March to send the game into extra time, despite being reduced to 10 men when skipper Steven Caldwell was sent off.
Owen Coyle was understandably delighted to see his side through to the last eight:
"In terms of scalps, they don't come much bigger than Chelsea. To come to Chelsea, an elite club, and knock them out of the cup, is a great moment."
But in typical Coyle fashion he was refusing to get carried away:
"There is no doubt this is a superb win and it was especially pleasing that we showed we can play positive football against a top side.
"But I'm quite calm. We must now focus on a massive league game on Saturday."
The Clarets are joined in the Round 5 draw by fellow Championship Clubs Watford and Derby, who beat Swansea and Leeds respectively.
Don't forget the draw takes place on Saturday, on Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday from 12.15pm.
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