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Chelsea vs Leicester City is a game not to miss – why not read the history of this matchup:
Leicester City 1 – 2 Chelsea, FA Cup Quarter Final, March 2018
This thrilling, back and forth game had lots for fans to enjoy. Both Leicester City and Chelsea had multiple close attempts on goal but failed to reach the net until Alvaro Morata slammed the ball into the net at the forty second minute.
The second half was where the real fun was – another two goals and many more attempts on goal kept the feeling of an FA Cup match alive. Tighter defences from both sides alike kept Leicester City and Chelsea strikers at bay, but only for so long.
Leicester City and England star man Jamie Vardy nips one in from inside the box, which went in off the arm of Willy Caballero, bringing the score to one a piece with only fourteen minutes to spare before the full-time whistle.
Chelsea eventually got the better of the Foxes via a header from Rodriguez Pedro in extra time. The 105thminute shot sailed past Leicester City keeper Kasper Schmeichel to seal the deal.
Chelsea 5 – 2 Leicester, FA Cup Quarter Final, March 2012
Another quarter final matchup between the two blues at the top of the Premier League – and this one didn’t disappoint fans either. Any seven-goal knockout game is automatically one to remember, and this one was even more special.
Right from the first whistle from referee Lee Probert even the commentators couldn’t help to mention the sheer noise from the crowd – especially from the small but proud number of Leicester City supporters who made their way down to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea opened up the scorecard with Mata’s corner leading the ball onto a Cahill header and into the back of Schmeichel’s goal. A few minutes later Kalou followed up with a cracking shot into the bottom corner.
Fernando Torres was also on top form right from the word go, and it was obvious he was hungry to end his 24-game long goalless streak. Chelsea looked sharp, and Leicester City looked determined.
From the onset of the second half, Leicester had much more forward movement, and some tidy shots towards Cech’s net, but to no avail at first. Much like their 2018 game, these two sides stepped it up in the sixty-seventh minute – both teams scoring in less than ten minutes, bringing the tally to 3-1 to Chelsea.
The last five minutes were characterised by the two blues taking turns on goal and taking the final score to Chelsea 5 – 2 Leicester City, in what was an exciting battle with high stakes.
Leicester City 1 – 3 Chelsea, Premier League, April 2015
Chelsea got themselves to within 3 points of the Premier League title with this victory at the King Power Stadium. Triumphant in their opponent’s territory, the London side came from behind to win 3-1 to bring themselves closer to securing the top spot at the end of the season.
Leicester City had early successes, and a handful of early shots on target, but only got the one in three minutes into injury time in the first half.
Chelsea struggled to make their mark, despite the big following from home coming with them, the Stamford Bridge feeling wasn’t there. At first…
Once they found their footing, Chelsea had little to worry about from the Foxes, they had the class and tactics to beat them, despite Leicester City’s constant and tenacious pressure. They found gaps in the home side’s defence and Didier Drogba brought it home in the 48th.
Following this success up was John Terry, getting number 2 for Chelsea just minutes before Ramires got the finisher at the eighty-third minute mark – a powerful, near perfect shot right into the top corner.
It was all over, but try telling Leicester City this, they knew there was a home crowd to impress and kept pushing until the final moment of the match, but Chelsea knew what they had to do, and kept the Foxes at bay right to the end.
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