FULL MATCH | Torres Stars For Chelsea in 2012 Quarter-Final | Emirates FA Cup 20-21

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Fernando Torres ends his 24-game goal drought in this high-scoring Emirates FA Cup quarter-final fixture. The Blues were too strong for the Foxes and carried this momentum forwards through to the FA Cup Final.

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