Exciting confrontation Chelsea wins Leicester City FA Cup Key Moments

Exciting confrontation Chelsea wins Leicester City FA Cup Key Moments

Jackson’s skillful play led to an early goal by Carella, putting Chelsea ahead.
Patau’s loss of possession led to a successful counter-attack for Chelsea.
Carella takes advantage of Jackson’s play and scores the first goal for Chelsea.

Chelsea qualified for the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a thrilling victory over its guest, Leicester City, 4-2, in the quarter-finals, on Sunday.

Chelsea strike early
Chelsea took the lead with an early goal scored by Spanish player Marco Cucurella in the 13th minute.
In the 26th minute, Raheem Sterling, Chelsea winger, missed a penalty kick.

But Sterling succeeded in making up for his failure with a decisive pass to his teammate Cole Palmer to score the second goal for the London team in the first minute of stoppage time.

The excitement reached its peak in the second half, as Leicester City succeeded in reducing the gap with an own goal scored by Chelsea defender Axel Disasi, by mistake, in the 51st minute.
Stevie Mavididi scored the equalizer for Leicester City in the 62nd minute.

But Leicester City completed the match with ten players after Callum Doyle was sent off in the 73rd minute.
In the 92nd minute, Karne Chukwuemeka succeeded in scoring the third goal for Chelsea, before his teammate Tony Madueke added the fourth goal with a shot into the right scissors in the 98th minute.

Sterling’s missed opportunity
Palmer’s brilliant pass reaches Sterling, creating a potential scoring opportunity.
Sterling’s missed penalty kick frustrates Chelsea fans despite the golden opportunity.
Raheem Sterling eventually converted the chance, doubling Chelsea’s lead.

Leicester City’s resilience
Leicester City responds with a wonderful goal from Mavididi and equalizes the score.
A referee’s call for a foul outside the penalty area resulted in Callum Doyle receiving a red card.
Despite Chelsea’s advantage, Leicester City continues to push forward in the FA Cup tie.

Chelsea’s late rise
Chelsea, despite being a man behind, show their determination to secure victory.
Malaj Giusto’s late goal gives Chelsea a stoppage-time win.
Non Madui’s stunning finish completes Chelsea’s victory in a thrilling encounter.

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