Blues into Wembley decider
Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho will go head-to-head in next month's FA Cup Final after Chelsea saw off Southampton 2-0 at Wembley on Sunday.
The Blues had second goals from Olivier Giroud and sub Alvaro Morata to spare against Saints in what eventually became an open affair.
The win means Chelsea and Manchester United will square for the final piece of domestic silverware at Wembley next month.
That game is sure to generate plenty column inches, given the war of words that erupted between rivals bosses Conte and Mourinho earlier in the season.
Giroud received the ball from Eden Hazard just after the interval and jinked his way around the flailing Saints rearguard to put Chelsea in front.
Shane Long had a great chance to level not long after, but the Irishman was let down by his touch as he attempted to round Willy Caballero.
Southampton continued to try and get back into the contest but Morata arrived to replace Giroud with ten minutes left and, almost instantly, his downward header from Cesar Azpilicueta's cross made sure for Chelsea.
Chelsea are 17/10 to win the FA Cup Final in 90 minutes. Man United are 21/10 while the draw is 2/1 for the 19th May showdown.
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