Kasey Palmer gave Chelsea the lead midway through the first half, with captain Charlie Colkett and Tammy Abraham adding further goals in the second 45 minutes as the Blues comfortably qualified for their second straight...
The third UEFA Youth League will be won this weekend, with Friday's semifinals followed by the final on Monday night - all played at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
The first semifinal sees last year's winners, Chelsea - who have yet to be beaten in this year's competition - face Anderlecht, who lost in the 2015 semifinal to Shakhtar Donetsk having knocked out inaugural winners Barcelona - a feat they repeated this year.
Real Madrid meet Paris Saint-Germain in the second semifinal. The pair have already locked horns in the group stages, where PSG won 4-1 at home and Real hit back with a 2-0 win in Madrid, although PSG eventually topped that group.
Once more there have been many exciting young talents on show throughout the tournament, and here are some who could be influential this weekend -- including the top player to watch on each club along with honourable mentions.
Anderlecht forward Matias Suarez has said he is going to do "everything possible" to leave Belgium in June and return to play in Argentina following the bombings on the Brussels airport and a subway station on Tuesday that killed 34 and injured at least 230.
The Argentina international, who has played in Belgium since 2008, said the European Union's capital was quiet after Tuesday's attacks and added that he does not fear for his own safety but is concerned about his family.