FT: Middlesbrough 0-2 Chelsea (Watch Highlights)

The match started amazingly with both teams having in mind of winning, but we all know that in every game there is always a winner.

Lukaku score the first goal at exactly 15mins giving the team a high hope of winning the game.

Ziyech added another goal at 31mins making it 2 goals to nil and the match continue in a fantastic manner.

Balogun and Coburn are both out after 74 minutes. Wilder makes one last adjustment.

Coburn scored the game-winning goal against Spurs in the last round; he’ll need something even more exceptional this time.

The home crowd is making some noise now, although it is more in the spirit of hope than of belief.

Chelsea does not appear to be going down without a fight. They’ve switched to machine mode.

Kante makes a sprint forward and wins a cheap free-kick after 73 minutes. The Chelsea defenders are on their way up.

Mount sends it towards the near post, Werner flips it goalwards, and Lumley makes a fantastic save.

90 minutes plus three minutes

Chelsea eased into the semi-finals, ensuring a return to Wembley Stadium.

88 minutes: Howson dives into the book for a caustic journey through Loftus-Cheek.

Bola immediately follows suit. Peltier has a late challenge on Mount, which will result in three Boro yellows in a matter of minutes.

85 minutes: Howson makes a great interception, and Vale is almost out of the Boro half.

Bamba then does a wonderful drag-back, only to have it play out of order. We’ll only concentrate on that one skill.

84 minutes: Tuchel makes another substitution, this time taking Lukaku off and replacing him with Vale for the final stages.

The Belgian put in a good showing, holding the ball well and scoring a goal to show for it.



Chelsea’s move is amazing, a one-two from Lukaku and Mount is brilliant. When Bamba is pulled back to Werner, he is cleared off the line at first, but then delivers a fantastic block to deny the German.

For the Blues, Ziyech is out and Kenedy is in.

80 minutes: Middlesbrough’s final ball continues to let them down. Jones has Coburn and Crooks on the move, but he keeps the ball behind both of them.

The hosts’ build-up play has been excellent, but they haven’t been able to produce many huge opportunities..

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