Chelsea have defeated Inter Milan 2-0 in their International Champions Cup clash in Indianapolis.
A semi-final showdown with AC Milan now awaits Jose Mourinho's men in New York on Sunday.
Fredy Guarin nearly put the Nerazzurri in front early on with a spectacular volley, but it was Oscar who curled in the opener following a brilliant surging run by Victor Moses.
The energetic Nigerian then drew a foul inside the area which allowed Eden Hazard to double the lead from the spot.
Inter had to play the final 30 minutes with 10 men after Hugo Campagnaro saw red for a dangerously high tackle on John Terry, but the Blues had long been in control of the contest and went on to win comfortably.