FA Cup: Tilemans and Leicester beat Chelsea

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Leicester won the first FA Cup in history, beating Chelsea (1-0) by Thomas Tuchel in front of 21,000 spectators at Wembley.

Leicester won the first FA Cup in history, beating Chelsea (1-0) by Thomas Tuchel in front of 21,000 spectators at Wembley.

German Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel in the FA Cup final against Leicester on 15 May 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London.

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Two weeks before the Champions League final against Manchester City in Porto, Chelsea, who were denied a VAR draw just minutes before the end of regulation time, saw the defeat as a severe setback.

Still not sure if the next C1 will play through the championship, the Londoners still have three games to play this season, two to avoid major disappointments in the Premier League and their European final.

Leicester coach Northern Ireland's Brendon Rogers beat Chelsea 1-0 in the FA Cup Final on May 15, 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Leicester coach Northern Ireland’s Brendon Rogers beat Chelsea 1-0 in the FA Cup Final on May 15, 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London.

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For the Foxes, who have lost their last four games in 1969, this is the reward for their hard work since Brendan Rogers arrived in February 2019.

It is a form of revenge against the Northern Irish. Related to the headline he allowed to slip with Liverpool in 2014, the Reds are five points ahead with three days left.

– Chelsea are still very harmless –

The meeting, which ended in controversy in front of 21,000 people as part of a gradual mitigation of anti – Kovid measures by the British government, ended dramatically but did not reach new heights in terms of vision.

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They confirmed the defensive prowess of both teams, bringing Saturday to a transformational game that didn’t really find performance.

Touchlin, the former coach of Paris SG, the first German coach to be on the bench for the FA Cup final, can, once again, see only his team’s difficulty in taking risks.

Although Leicester did not have many chances, they took advantage of the ball taken near halfway point and went to their Belgian midfield metronome to make a difference.

Belgium Lester midfielder Yuri Tylemans opened the scoring for Chelsea in the FA Cup Final on 15 May 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Belgium Lester midfielder Yuri Tylemans opened the scoring for Chelsea in the FA Cup Final on 15 May 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London.

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With a straight shot, Tilemans found the right window of a cup (1-0, 63rd) to catch Lester supporters.

On the other hand, the Blues certainly dominated and held on, but before the final quarter of an hour they had upset the opposing goalkeeper.

In the 34th minute, French youngster Wesley Fofana (20) shone particularly well on defense, with his skipper Johnny Evans leaving the injury, just like the first season of maturity and rest.

– Werner is still very discreet –

Half an hour into the game, Chelsea’s central defense had a great chance, and after a combination between Thiago Silva and Antonio Rediger (29), Tesar Werner ‘s header was deflected by Caesar Aspilicuta.

The Blues put more pressure at the end of the match when Ben Chilwell’s header was touched by Caspar Schmeichel and deflected off the post (on the 78th), before Danish international goalkeeper Mason Mont (87th) made an extraordinary parade on a volley.

The Leicester player's own goal, which allowed Chelsea to draw (1-1) in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium in London on 15 May 2021, was canceled by VAR.

The Leicester player’s own goal, which allowed Chelsea to draw (1-1) in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium in London on 15 May 2021, was canceled by VAR.

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Chelsea, who replaced Olivier Giroud at 83, were once again very prudent with a Timo Werner, yet believed they could equalize with a goal against his fox camp, in the 89th. But at the start of the action Chilwell canceled the goal VAR for an offside.

Leicester striker Jamie Wardy delights with FA Cup victory over Chelsea (1-0) in the final at Wembley Stadium in London on 15 May 2021

Leicester striker Jamie Wardy delights with FA Cup victory over Chelsea (1-0) in the final at Wembley Stadium in London on 15 May 2021

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In 2016, Surprise English champion Lester wrote a new beautiful page in its history, and offered his striker Jamie Verdy a nice gift, becoming the first player in history to play in his 14-year career. FA Cup Rounds, from the first preliminary round to the final when playing as an amateur.

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