Ziyech Books Final Spot For Blues | Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City | Emirates FA Cup 2020-21

The Emirates FA Cup published this video item, entitled “Ziyech Books Final Spot For Blues | Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City | Emirates FA Cup 2020-21” – below is their description.

Hakim Ziyech’s second-half goal for Chelsea booked a spot for the Blues in the final of the Emirates FA Cup, as they beat Manchester City at Wembley Stadium.

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