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Chelsea will play against Manchester United in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup on Monday. The Blues beat Wolves in the fifth round to reach this stage of the competition, having defeated Brentford and Peterborough in previous rounds.

In anticipation of Monday’s game, see the last five quarterfinals game Chelsea have played in the FA Cup.


Last season wasn’t a good one for the Blues as Chelsea lost out feebly not only in the Premier League but other cup competitions as well.

Chelsea lost 2-0 to Everton in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup last season with Romelu Lukaku scoring the two goals for the Toffees against his former employers.



In the 2012/2013 season, Chelsea forced an FA Cup replay in the quarterfinals of the competition.

With Chelsea losing 2-0 at Old Trafford, Chelsea came from behind to draw levels and defeated Manchester United 1-0 in the replay at Stamford Bridge through an acrobatic Demba Ba goal.



Chelsea won the FA Cup in this season, which is also the last time the Blues have lifted the trophy.

Under then manager Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea beat Leicester City 5-2 in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup. Goals from Gary Cahill, Salomon Kalou, Fernando Torres brace and the fifth from Raul Meireles gave Chelsea a comfortable win.



Chelsea beat Stoke City 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup back in 2010.

Frank Lampard put Chelsea ahead after 35 minutes, with a deflected effort from 20 yards.

John Terry scored the second, heading in from a Lampard corner in the second half.



In 2009, Coventry City were the ones to feel Chelsea’s wrath in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup. The Blues were 2-0 winners on the day.

Didier Drogba gave Chelsea the lead after 15 minutes as he fired past Keiran Westwood in the Coventry goal.

Brazilian centre-back Alex scored Chelsea’s second goal via a Ricardo Quaresma cross.

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