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    CHELSEA took a huge step towards sealing a third-place finish after claiming the points in a bad-tempered clash at Leeds. Mason Mount broke the deadlock early on before Christian Pulisic doubled the advantage in the second period and Romelu Lukaku added the third in the 3-0 win late on. 1Reece James and scorer Mason Mount were Chelsea's star men at LeedsCredit: Reuters It was almost an ideal warm-up for the Blues ahead of the FA Cup Final - but not everything went to plan.  Thomas Tuchel made four changes from the disappointing 2-2 home draw with Wolves on Saturday. And with many desperate for a start at Wembley on Saturday, Gary Stonehouse was at Elland Road to check out the action. Here’s how he rated each player on show for the Blues:  READ MORE FOOTBALLWEMBLEY WAY Blues aiming to shatter Reds' quadruple dreams in FA Cup final MENDY - 6 Had nothing to do in the first half except act as a sweeper keeper once or twice. Much of the same again in the second - he may as well...
    CHELSEA take on Manchester City in Lisbon with the Champions League trophy on the line. The biggest club prize in European football is at stake as the two Premier League sides battle it out in Portugal infront of 16,500 fans. FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE 2The stage is set in Lisbon for the Champions League finalCredit: Getty Chelsea had debuted their new-look 2021/22 kit in the FA Cup final, which they lost 1-0 to Leicester earlier this month - but they won't be wearing it on Saturday. Why are Chelsea wearing their old kit? Since unveiling their new kit, things haven't quite gone right for Chelsea. The strip is the same for both the men's and women's team, both of whom debuted it in finals. But as well as that FA Cup loss to Leicester, the women's team were defeated heavily in the Champions League final against Barcelona. ...
    THE winners of Saturday's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Leicester are in line for a cool £1.8million transfer kitty boost. Thomas Tuchel's men face Brendan Rodgers' Foxes at 5:30pm on Saturday and the losing team will receive just HALF the amount the winner gets. 3Chelsea and Leicester go head to head on Saturday night at WembleyCredit: Getty Both teams are fighting it out for a Champions League spot in the Premier League with fourth placed Chelsea two points behind third placed Leicester. But fans of both sides will forget all that at Wembley as they fight it out to win England's biggest and most historic cup competition. The winner of Saturday's clash will walk away with £1.8m while the loser will pocket just £900k. But both teams have already bagged decent cash on their run to the final. Premier League teams enter the FA Cup at the third round stage where the winners get £61.5k - more than double than that of the losers who receive just £20,500. The fourth round saw Chelsea and Leicester bag another £67.5k...
    THIS Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Manchester City will still go ahead, The Sun understands. Ministers and sports chiefs will meet today and agree to allow the event to go ahead. ???? Read our live blog for the very latest news on Prince Philip's death... 4This Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final between Manchester City and Chelsea will still go ahead, The Sun understandsCredit: EPA 4The match's 5.30pm kick-off may change if it clashes with Prince Philip’s funeral serviceCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd It will likely open with a minute's silence and black armbands for the players. The Government has told The FA the decision is up to them — but the 5.30pm kick-off may change if it clashes with Prince Philip’s service. The Football League has already told its clubs that 3pm games may be moved “to avoid a clash”. An EFL spokesperson said: “As a mark of respect, EFL matches scheduled for 3pm on Saturday 17 April will be moved to avoid a clash with the funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. “The EFL will...
    DANI CEBALLOS' influence in the FA Cup final has been highlighted in a touch map with the Spanish midfielder involved in the game across the pitch. The 23-year-old - who has spent the 2019/20 season on loan at Arsenal from Real Madrid - starred for the Gunners in their 2-1 triumph against Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday. 4Dani Ceballos starred for Arsenal in the FA Cup final win over ChelseaCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Ceballos' heat map from Wembley on Saturday shows just how much he was involved in the game Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was named as the man of the match, but it was Ceballos that pulled the strings for the North Londoners in the middle of the pitch. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Gunners news His touch map shows just how much he was involved in the game, as he touched the ball an impressive 72 times. He attempted 53 passes, completing 45 - the most of any Arsenal player - with 22 of those successful passes coming in the opposition's half. In addition to this, he...
    LONDON — A dream scoring start to his first FA Cup final ended in agony for Christian Pulisic. Now the American will miss the chance to help Chelsea overturn a 3-0 deficit against Bayern Munich in the Champions League last-16 next Saturday. The 21-year-old winger had to be helped off the field in Saturday’s final against Arsenal after pulling up with a hamstring injury. Pulisic netted in the fifth minute against Arsenal to become the first American man to score in an FA Cup final. But Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted twice to clinch a 2-1 win that denied Chelsea the cup. Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said Pulisic’s injury would be scanned and assessed in the coming days. But Lampard said Pulisic “clearly won’t be fit” for the trip to Munich with Bayern heavy favorites to advance. The Champions League last-16 second leg was due to be played in March before the coronavirus pandemic shut down sports.
    When: 1pm ET, Saturday, August 1 Where: Wembley Stadium in London, England Broadcast: ESPN+ Streaming Service: ESPN+ and the ESPN App Monthly $4.99 Annually $49.99 ESPN+ bundledwith Disney+and Hulu $12.99 ESPN+ FREE TRIAL Arsenal and Chelsea have advanced to the FA Cup Final, after impressive semi-final performances from both. Chelsea qualified for the Champions League on the final day in the Premier League. Arsenal, meanwhile, will only be playing in the Europa League next season if they triumph on Saturday and hoist the club’s 14th FA Cup. Otherwise, there will be no European football for Arsenal since 1992. Arsenal vs. Chelsea live stream: How to stream the FA Cup final The 2020 FA Cup Final is streaming live on ESPN+ and the ESPN App. ESPN+ ESPN+ is a subscription service that extends ESPN’s existing website and app, and it’s essential for soccer fans in particular, carrying Serie A+, MLS, USL, and FA Cup matches. It encompasses other sporting events as well,...
    Homeland Security gathered intelligence on journalists covering Portland protests At least 150 hospitalized due to salmonella outbreak in 48 states Lampard ‘worried’ Chelsea not ready for ‘pressure’ of FA Cup final Frank Lampard’s first season as Chelsea manager can only be seen as a massive success, no matter the metric used, but the Blues legend has admitted he is “worried” about his players’ mentality ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup final against Arsenal (12:30 p.m. ET). © Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images [ FA Cup final: Key battles for Arsenal v. Chelsea | How will they line up? ] After securing a top-four finish and their place Champions League next season, Lampard believes that his players might be a little too satisfied with what they’ve already done, and not focusing enough on the “pressure” of Saturday’s final. Having won more than a few trophies during his playing career at Stamford Bridge, Lampard is uniquely qualified to speak on such matters — quotes from the BBC: “I’ve heard how there’s more on this game for Arsenal, and that...
    THE FA CUP semi-final dates have been confirmed. Manchester United play Chelsea on Sunday 19 July and Arsenal will take on Manchester City the day before with both games taking place at Wembley. 1 The FA Cup semi-final dates have been confirmed United's clash with the Blues will kick-off at 6pm and will be shown for free live on BBC One and iPlayer. And the Gunners' game against City will get underway at 7:45pm and will be on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. Both matches will be played behind closed doors and the winners will meet at Wembley in the final on Saturday August 1. MORE TO FOLLOW... Chelsea to wear new 2020-21 home kit against West Ham after sponsorship with Yokohama Tyres runs out
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