Leicester 1-2 Chelsea: 5 things we learned
Chelsea have qualified for a FA Cup semifinal at Wembley, after edging past a game Leicester in extra time.
Chelsea will be confident of making a second consecutive FA Cup final after getting past Leicester and being given a favourable draw against Southampton in the semi-final.
Alvaro Morata finally got a goal, finishing ably after Willian drove through the midfield and played a perfect through ball. Chelsea took a 1-0 lead into the second half, but Leicester grew into the game and their pressure told when Jamie Vardy scored a scrappy goal following a series of blocks and saves in Chelsea’s six-yard box.
In extra time, substitute Pedro headed in the winning goal for Chelsea, although Kasper Schmeichel should have been more authoritative in claiming the cross.
Here are five things we learned from the clash at the King Power Stadium.