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CHELSEA fans have been slammed for throwing flares onto the pitch DURING the FA Cup final penalty shoot-out.

Nothing separated Chelsea and Liverpool after 120 minutes of football with the score remaining at 0-0.

2Staff had to remove the flares from the pitch during the shootoutCredit: PA 2Ziyech had to wait before taking his kickCredit: PA

Like this season's Carabao Cup final, the title was decided with a penalty shoot-out.

But the huge occasion was tainted by the actions of some Chelsea fans.

In the middle of the shoot-out, some supporters began to throw flares onto the pitch.

Blues midfielder Hakim Ziyech even had to wait to take his kick while staff removed them.

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Viewers took to Twitter to slam the group of fans, with one saying: "Why would Chelsea fans throw flares on their own player's penalty?"

Another added: "Chelsea fans silent through the shootout, throw a flare on to force their own player to wait, and then have to watch the Liverpool flares go off as they lose."

Another joked: "Liverpool fans showing Chelsea fans that it's best to wait until you've won to light the flares!"

Jurgen Klopp's side went on to win the shoot-out 6-5 with Sadio Mane being the only Red that failed to score.

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Meanwhile, both Cesar Azpilicueta and Mason Mount were off-target for the Blues.

Chelsea are now the only side to have lost three consecutive FA Cup finals.

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‘Any stadium, he wouldn’t care’ – Man Utd ace Alejandro Garnacho tipped for top after penalty winner in Youth Cup final

ICE-COOL Alejandro Garnacho could slot home a pressure penalty in any stadium and "he wouldn't care", says Manchester United coach Travis Binnion.

The 17-year-old academy ace held his nerve to restore United's lead in the 3-1 win against Nottingham Forest in the FA Youth Cup final.

3Garnacho scored a late brace to win United the FA Youth CupCredit: SHUTTERSHOCK 3The 17-year-old made his first-team debut last monthCredit: GETTY 3Argentine Garnacho is tipped to have a big futureCredit: GETTY

Garnacho's penalty contributed to United's 11th Youth Cup and it happened in front of 67,492 fans inside Old Trafford.

And United coach Binnion says Garnacho, who made his first-team debut against Chelsea last month, could hold his nerve in any stadium and "he wouldn't care".

Binnion said: "That boy could be in any stadium in the world and he wouldn't care.

"That's his make-up. A few of them are like that and that's why they are going to have good careers.

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"This football club is remarkable at that, it's the best in the world at that.

"We have to keep that going, we have a responsibility to keep that going - the pipeline.

"It's nice to give the fans a bit of something because they're different class."

United's win didn't come easy.

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Forest's Joshua Powell cancelled out an early opener scored by United captain Rhys Bennett.

Garnacho's penalty came 13 minutes from time and then he secured a second in added time to kill the game off.

Binnion added: "Games like that are won on moments, we nicked a ball high up.

"The lads have found so many different ways to win on this run and that's brilliant for them."

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