Chelsea Vs Tottenham: FA Cup Match Thread

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Chelsea 4-2 Spurs
Willian (2), Hazard, Matic Kane, Dele
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Spurs: Lloris (c), Trippier, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Wanyama (Nkoudou), Dembele, Son (Walker), Eriksen, Dele, Kane.
Subs: Pau Lopez, Davies, Wimmer, Sissoko, Janssen.

Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ake; Moses, Kante, Matic, Alonso; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro.
Subs: Begovic, Zouma, Terry, Chalobah, Fabregas, Hazard, Diego Costa.


Ref: Martin Atkinson

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92 mins Yellow Card: Kante.
79 mins Goal: Chelsea 4-2 Spurs : Matic
Matic one in a million left-foot screamer from 30 yards into the top corner.
79 mins Sub: Nkudu for Wwanyama
74 mins Goal: Chelsea 3-2 Spurs : Hazard
Corner cleared out to Hazard who drilled back through the crowded box into the corner.
73 mins Sub: Fabregas for Pedro
72 mins Yellow Card: Dele
67 mins Sub: Walker for Son
60 mins Subs: Hazard and Costa for Willian and Batshuayi
52 mins Goal: Chelsea 2-2 Spurs : Dele
What a goal. Kane won the ball deep and spread wide to Trippier, inside to Eriksen who produced cross of the season to pick out Dele, who slotted home on the slide.
Half Time: Chelsea 2-1 Spurs
47 mins Yellow Card: Alonso
42 mins Goal: Chelsea 2-1 Spurs : Willian (pen)
41 mins Penalty to Chelsea
17 mins GOAL: Chelsea 1-1 Spurs : Harry Kane
Eriksen's corner cleared back to him, used Trippier's run as a decoy and shaped a low left-foot cross to the near post that Kane stooped low to flick backwards into the far corner.
4 mins GOAL: Chelsea 1-0 Spurs ; Willian
Willian planted the free-kick over the wall and into the far corner.
3 mins Yellow Card: Alderweireld for foul on Pedro.
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mark_2017

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I'm actually going to see Maidenhead FC play at 3pm Saturday, they need just a point against 2nd placed Ebbsfleet to secure the national league south title. Then I'll be heading straight to the pub for our game and will be cacking myself for the entire game.
 

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I'm actually going to see Maidenhead FC play at 3pm Saturday, they need just a point against 2nd placed Ebbsfleet to secure the national league south title. Then I'll be heading straight to the pub for our game and will be cacking myself for the entire game.
I was going to the Maidenhead game too, but wouldn't be able to enjoy it with our game so soon after and besides, the pubs in Maidenhead are naff and will probably be full of Chelsea. Where do live?
 

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I was going to the Maidenhead game too, but wouldn't be able to enjoy it with our game so soon after and besides, the pubs in Maidenhead are naff and will probably be full of Chelsea. Where do live?
I live in Maidenhead, I went to the game couple weeks ago against east thurrock, it was great standing there in the sunshine, watching football with a beer in my hand.
 

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Really looking forward to this. Best two teams in the country this season and should really be the Final. Been two tight matches with not that much between the teams in the league and I'm expecting another close game at the weekend. COYS.
 
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This game has an even bigger feel because of what has happened in the league in the past few weeks. It now feels not just big but huge.
 
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