Objective against Sheffield Joined after Oliver Norwood avoided the ball into his own net
Chelsea endured a lively second-half Sheffield Joined fightback to arrive at the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 quarter-last triumph at Stamford Scaffold.
The Blues looked set to walk around to a last-four spot at Wembley when Oliver Norwood’s first-a large portion of own objective gave them the lead at the span, however an exciting Sheffield Joined convention pushed Thomas Tuchel’s side right to the wire.
The Sharp edges woke up in the subsequent half and ought to have constrained extra-time, however David McGoldrick wasted a plated edged header from six yards, before substitute Rhian Brewster lashed into the side-netting in stoppage-time.
Hakim Ziyech at that point ensured the Chelsea triumph – their tenth from 14 games under Tuchel – with their second objective with essentially the last kick of the game as the Blues joined Manchester City and Southampton in the last four.
Man of the Match: Ben Chilwell.