Full-time score: Chelsea 2-1 Bournemouth
- Chelsea into final four after Alvaro Morata and Eden Hazard came off the bench and combined to score winner deep into added time.
- Moment earlier, Dan Gosling had swept home a superb equaliser that would have forced extra-time at Stamford Bridge.
- Willian had given the hosts the lead in a first-half where the Cherries also lost Jermain Defoe to injury.
Chelsea survive that late scare thanks to a moment of brilliance between Alvaro Morata and Eden Hazard. They progress to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup.
Full-time: Chelsea 2-1 Bournemouth
The big Polish goalkeeper comes close to meeting it, but Caballero gets their first! And that will be that.
And Bournemouth come again! Fraser's vicious effort on goal is superbly blocked by Zappacosta and the away side win maybe one last corner. Boruc is up...
We are into the fifth minute of added time.
Chelsea hit right back! Sublime from Eden Hazard and Alarvo Morata, who combine brilliantly to break Bournemouth hearts. The Spaniard starts it, threading a pass forward to the Belgian before continuing his run into the box. Hazard knows exactly where his teammate his, backheeling into his path. Boruc rushes out to deny him, but Morata is there first to prod the ball underneath him and surely seal the win.
Goal! Chelsea 2-1 Bournemouth (Alvaro Morata, 90+2)
Well, you can't say it hasn't been coming. Chelsea fail to clear a corner with Wilson picking it up unmarked just inside the box. There are too many bodies in his way to take the shot on so instead he slides it into Gosling who curls a beauty past Caballero.
Goal! Chelsea 1-1 Bournemouth (Dan Gosling, 90)
Ampadu makes another good decision in the box, picking the right moment to knock the ball away from Surman, getting clattered in the process.
Bournemouth come again but Ibe can't quite slip a pass through for Wilson.
Just over five minutes left at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea aren't clinging on, but this is far from comfortable...
Adam Smith is the latest in the referee's book, his late, wild challenge cuts down Fabregas; he had no chance of winning the ball there.
Hazard is on the pitch; Chelsea need a second to kill this game off.
Bournemouth so close to a deserved equaliser! At one end, Fabregas' shot is charged down and Fraser suddenly springs forward on the counter with no one able to keep up with him. He darts across his man as he reaches the edge of the D before slipping it onto Ibe who lashes a low drive on goal, but he can't place it inside the post and hits wide.
Kenedy is making a nuisance of himself again and Francis picks up the latest yellow card trying to stop him. The Brazilian has been bright this evening, Bournemouth have struggled to contain his energy.
Changes for both sides, Lewis Cook replaces Harry Arter and Alvaro Morata makes his way onto replace Michy.
Chelsea are preparing another change here; Alvarto Morata is stripped and ready to come on.
Chelsea want a penalty and perhaps they should have got one. Rudiger swings in a vicious cross that bypasses everyone, but Kenedy picks it up on the other side of the pitch before cutting back in towards the box. Francis sticks his hands out and appears to block the Brazilian off the ball but nothing is given.
Just over 20 minutes remaining at Stamford Bridge and Chelsea look far from comfortable at the minute. Bakayoko and Hazard have come off the bench to try and steady the ship.
Another decent chance for Bournemouth! Moussat neatly flicks the ball into Gosling's path but he hammers a wild effort over the bar. It was a wonderful touch from the young Frenchman that saw him burst away from his marker, but his teammate could not provide the finish.
Zappacosta becomes the third Chelsea man to be booked, swinging a left around to catch Fraser.
Here are a couple of Chelsea changes; Eden Hazard is onto replace the goal scorer Willian while Tiemoue Bakayoko is on for Pedro.
Bournemouth maintain the pressure from that set piece but Chelsea breathe a sigh of relief a Fraser balloons a wild shot over the bar.