Chelsea U18 beat Tottenham Hotspur 7-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening, to make the aggregate score 9-2 after defeating Spurs 2-1 away from home in the first leg.
Chelsea have won the Youth Cup in four out of the last five seasons, but former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has criticised the club for their failure to produce players for the first-team.
“Fantastic, it’s amazing, I’m sure they’ll all make it into the first team one day at Chelsea, I’ve got no doubt about that,” the former Tottenham boss sarcastically told BT Sport after learning about Chelsea’s 7-1 win.
“Every year they win it, but they don’t get a player come through.
“John Terry was the last player to come through, who else have they really produced?
“They have all these great kids, they loan them all out.
“You’re going to have to be an absolute world-beater, that’s the only thing I can say to them [the players].
“Man City and Chelsea, every year, when are we going to find some players from those teams?”