Chelsea U-18s beat Arsenal 7-1 on aggregate to win the FA Youth Cup for a fifth consecutive season.
The young Blues beat Arsenal 3-1 at Stamford Bridge in the first leg and then beat Arsenal U18s 4-0 in the second leg at the Emirates.
Charlie Gilmour’s half volley in the 11th minute at the Emirates ended any hopes of an Arsenal comeback before Callum Hudson-Odoi bagged a brace either side of a neat finish from Tino Anjorin.
By winning the FA Youth Cup for a fifth consecutive year, Chelsea have matched the record set by Manchester United’s youth team that won the FA Youth Cup between 1953 and 1957.
This is also the seventh Youth Cup triumph since 2010.
Chelsea (3-4-2-1) Jamie Cumming; Reece James (c), Marc Guehi, Jon Panzo; Dujon Sterling, Conor Gallagher (Clinton Mola 61), Billy Gimour, Juan Castillo; George McEachran (Tino Anjorin 61), Callum Hudson-Odoi; Daishawn Redan (Charlie Brown 71)
Unused subs Tariq Lamptey, Jake Askew
Scorers Gilmour 11; Hudson-Odoi 57, 78; Anjorin 67
Booked Gallagher 43; James 84
Arsenal Joao Virginia, Vontae Daley-Campbell, Dominic Thompson, Robbie Burton, Danny Ballard (c) (Zech Medley 77), Joseph Olowu, Bukayo Saka, James Olayinka, Tyreece John-Jules (Trae Coyle 71), Emile Smith-Rowe, Xavier Amaechi (Folarin Balogun 62)
Unused subs Daniel Barden, Matthew Smith
Booked Burton 84
Referee Tim Robinson