After defeating Tottenham youth team 2-1 away from home in the first leg of the FA youth Cup, the Chelsea youth team handed the Tottenham youngsters a beating they’d never forget by winning the second leg 7-1 at home.
To prove the first leg dominance wasn’t a fluke, our Under-18s cruised into a sixth successive FA Youth Cup final after a 9-2 aggregate victory as our bid to win the trophy for a fourth year in a row continues.
Jody Morris’s side showed no pity as they led 3-0 by half-time after a brace from Ike Ugbo and a close-range finish from Trevoh Chalobah, with Jared Thompson saving a penalty to keep a clean sheet for the team at the end of the first half.
Dujon Sterling made it 4-0 after 56 minutes, Callum Hudson-Odoi added another six minutes later and on the 68th minute, Ike Ugbo made it 6-0.
There was a consolation goal for Spurs however, as Jack Roles scored one with 20 minutes left.
Chelsea still wanted more even at this point; Brandon Austin denied Mount with a decent stop to push a dipping drive behind before Castillo completed the evening’s action with a low finish after a clever pass from Hudson-Odoi.
The Blues will likely face Manchester City in the final for a third successive year. City lead Stoke City 6-0 following their first leg win. Second leg comes up in April.