Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink admits Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain is an easier pill to swallow than when he was knocked out with the club in 2009.
The Blues were beaten on Wednesday night in the last 16 of Europe's elite competition after second-leg goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Adrien Rabiot.
But despite Diego Costa hauling the Blues back into the match, they were ultimately beaten fairly by their Parisian opposition, and now must gear up for an FA Cup quarter-final clash with Everton on Saturday.
Hiddink said: "It affects me always. Now I need to go to the team and say in two days we have a big game coming up.
"I cannot allow myself to go and sit down. I have to deliver the energy.
"We know that you can get a blow, which we got in the 67th minute, and against this team it’s impossible to make another three goals.
"Paris is a strong team and now I hope they can knock on the door with the big, big teams."
It provides a stark contrast from 2009 - when the Dutchman took over the Stamford Bridge reigns temporarily in his first spell after Luiz Felipe Scolari was sacked.
The Premier League side faced Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final then, and were on course to face Manchester United in the final after Michael Essien's opening goal.
But Andres Iniesta's heartbreaking injury time away goal sent the Blues crashing out of the competition after some dubious refereeing decisions.
And the game left its mark on the Dutch coach, who admits he was devastated for days after the match.
He added: "Of course, if you ask my partner she can judge better my mood.
"The first time when we were equalised by Iniesta in my previous spell, she said I couldn’t talk for four or five days. I was totally disconnected, I did my work on automatic pilot.
"That’s not the case now. Now was different.
"First of all, at that time we were close to going into the final and I was also struck out, by what I felt for the first time in my career, a bit manipulating with the refereeing.
"For me it was that obvious, It hit me for a few days."