Leicester produced a spectacular performance to Beat Chelsea and list the FA Cup for the first time in their history.
The only goal of the match was netted by Youri Tielemans who sent a rocket that went past Kepa Arrizabalaga and into the top of the Chelsea goal in the 63rd minute of the clash.
The goal did not only excite the players but also saw Brendan Rodgers celebrate as if it was the final whistle of the match at Wembley surrounded by atleast 21,000 fans who were in attendance.
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Leicester had to survive a number of attacks two of which were blocked by goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel who denied former Foxes player Ben Chilwell whose header came off the post.
Chilwell was ay it against in the dying minutes when he thought he had pulled an equalizer which was ruled offside upon confirmation by the VAR.
When the final whistle was blown, the whole stadium burst into joy as Brendan Rodgers joined his players to celebrate the win and a record written at Wembley.
24-year-old Youri Tielemans was the match winner and even confirmed as the man of the match thanks to his exceptional talent inspiring the Foxes.
It was a bitter disappointment for Chelsea who are yet to have a silverware for the season and it was their straight loss having gone down against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
The loss also slipped their top four chances worsened by a shocking win by Liverpool who defeated Manchester United at Old Trafford. Liverpool is now four points away from Thomas Tuchel side in the Premier League.
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