Azpilicueta fronts up to Sadio Mane, Kepa’s roar and Gilmour tells off Chelsea senior players

Chelsea sealed an impressive 2-0 win over Liverpool last night to reach the FA Cup quarter-final.

Willian and Ross Barkley clinched the victory at Stamford Bridge, coming at an important time of the campaign for the Blues.

Chelsea had 17 shots to Liverpool’s 14, and they managed to find a bit of a clinical edge to the game to get the win.

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Azpilicueta and Mane go at it

It was a frustrating night for Liverpool’s Sadio Mane in their 2-0 FA Cup defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last night.

The Senegalese international had three efforts well saved by Kepa Arrizabalaga, while as the senior striker playing he failed to make his impact.

That frustration boiled over at full-time when he and Cesar Azpilicueta had a coming together after the whistle was blown.

There was nothing in it in the end, with the two players just coming chest to chest, however Mane moved away and made his exit down the tunnel and to the changing room.

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Kepa Arrizabalaga’s roar

It has been a tough few weeks for Kepa Arrizabalaga, with the Spaniard dropped from Premier League action by Frank Lampard.

Having been reintroduced for the FA Cup, the Blues boss would have hoped for a big reaction from his number one.

And he certainly got that as the goalkeeper made a string of good saves in the first half.

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His triple stop in quick succession was the big moment of the first 45 minutes, and it was followed with a roar by the goalkeeper.

Not necessarily in delight, but more through anger at his defenders and looking for more from his centre-backs.

At least he was able to follow it up with a clean sheet, something which has been rare over the course of the campaign.

Cesar Azpilicueta and Sadio Mane after Chelsea’s win over Liverpool in the FA Cup (Photo by…


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