Chelsea advanced to the FA Cup semi-finals after beating Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues opened the scoring after 24 minutes when Mason Mount’s corner down the right side found Ben Chilwell unmarked on the edge of the box and the full-back’s left-footed shot deflected off Oliver Norwood to go behind Aaron Ramsdale’s net.
The Blades came close to equalising twice in the second half with David McGoldrick who failed to head the ball in goal following a beautiful cross by John Lundstram down the right flank.
McGoldrick also didn’t manage to beat Kepa Arrizabalaga with a clever shot down the left flank.
And so Chelsea put the tie to bed on the second minute of stoppage time when Chilwell delivered a crisp cross from the left and found Hakim Ziyech who got a beautiful touch and beat Ramsdale to send the west Londoners to the semi-finals.
Chelsea dominated 63 per cent of possession throughout the FA Cup encounter following a late surge by Sheffield United.
The Blues completed 602 passes, which was almost double than the Blades’ 352.
The west Londoners produced a total of eight shots, three of which were on target.
The visitors, on the other hand, got seven shots, four of which were on target