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Chelsea defeated Hull City 2-1 at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday evening to go through to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Michy Batshuayi scored the first goal for Chelsea in the first half, while Fikayo Tomori scored the second in the second half.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was pleased with the second goal because it was from a set piece. Chelsea have struggled to score from corner-kicks this season, while the Blues have conceded a lot from corners.
Lampard has revealed that his side has been working on it on the training ground, and he’s glad it has finally paid off.
The Chelsea manager said: “I’m delighted that we scored from a set-piece – we don’t score enough from them and we work on them a lot. Sometimes it’s the execution, sometimes it’s the delivery; normally those doing the heading blame the delivery and vice versa.
“We got it right and that’s pleasing. They can tip games. It’s something we work on and we need to do better.”