Zlatan Ibrahimović's quest for a Champions League title ended prematurely again with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night, but the Swede's was still happy to wish former coach José Mourinho "good luck" after Chelsea qualified.
Ibrahimović was in the stands for PSG's 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge after suffering a hamstring injury in the first leg last week.
And Chelsea took advantage of the 32-year-old striker's absence through strikes from André Schurrle and a late Demba Ba clincher to go through to the semi-finals on the away goals rule.
Despite the disappointment of another quarter-final elimination, Ibrahimović sneakily interrupted Mourinho's interview with Chelsea TV after the final whistle to share a brief embrace with the Portuguese.
Ibrahimović played under Mourinho for one season at Internazionale before he joined Barcelona in 2009.