Chelsea vs Sheffield United (2-0) | Tuchel Extends Unbeaten Start To 14 | Emirates FA Cup Highlights

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Chelsea advance to the semi-finals of the FA Cup at the expense of Sheffield United following to Hakim Ziyech’s late strike and an own-goal from Ollie Norwood.

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