Fenerbahce hero Colin Kazim-Richards sees no reason why his team-mates cannot upset Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next week.
The Turkish outfit travel to England with a 2-1 advantage after a superb second half comeback at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium.
Deivid's own goal put The Blues in front, but a fine goal by Kazim-Richards and Deivid's late wonder goal capped a remarkable turnaround.
Kazim-Richards has acknowledged the second leg will be a tricky affair, although he sees no reason why Fener cannot pull off another upset.
"We've got a difficult game next week, but we need to enjoy the win and then get over it," he told Sky Sports.
"I couldn't believe I had that much time. I've tried runs like that and been caught offside.
"To score my first goal with my left foot is unbelievable, especially against Chelsea.
"At home we've very strong. To come on in the 55th minute is a big surprise.
"My couple of touches weren't very good, but then I got in the game and luckily I finished it.
"I'd like to think I inspired the team to show what we could really do.
"Not many people following the Turkish league, but Deivid has scored some unbelievable goals.
"He's come on leaps and bounds and that's why I've not been in the team a lot.
"I just like to hope next week we can show people what we can do and win at Stamford Bridge.
"We can upset them, but they're very strong at home. They're unstoppable at home."