London, April 18: Hakim Ziyech sent Chelsea into the FA Cup last for the fourth time in five seasons by getting a 1-0 triumph over Manchester City, who lost Kevin De Bruyne to injury.
Subsequent to completing as sprinters up to Arsenal last season, Chelsea get an opportunity to up the ante on account of Ziyech's 55th-minute negative mark against the Premier League pioneers at Wembley on Saturday.
His objective showed up only seven minutes after De Bruyne went off with a lower leg issue – a worry for Pep Guardiola with the EFL Cup last and first leg of City's Champions League elimination round against Paris Saint-Germain to come this month.Ziyech couldn't beat Zack Steffen and get a second prior to the hour mark, yet one objective was sufficient for Chelsea to at long last beat City at the new Wembley at the fourth endeavor.
From the beginning phases the two groups seemed anxious to attempt to abuse the counter-assault, however Chelsea looked the more hazardous in those circumstances.
Ziyech had an objective chalked off inside six minutes on the grounds that Timo Werner was offside in the development, while Ben Chilwell scraped a volley wide from a splendid Reece James cross.
De Bruyne seemed to get injured in the wake of going head to head with N'Golo Kante three minutes after half-time and was supplanted by Phil Foden.
Matters disintegrated for City in the 55th moment, when Mason Mount delivered Werner and he squared for Ziyech to control the ball into a vacant net.
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