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Summary

  1. Kante scores only goal in dominant win for Blues
  2. Herrera was sent off for two bookings - both for fouls on Hazard
  3. Semi-final draw: Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal v Manchester City

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    And that concludes the FA Cup quarter-finals.

    Next up in football: The Champions League.

    Join us tomorrow for Leicester v Sevilla. Massive. 

  2. 'Judas is number one'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho was, rather bizarrely, labelled as 'Judas' during that game and he has had a little bite back.

    He said: "They can call me what they want.

    "Until the moment they have a manager that wins four Premier Leagues for them, I'm the number one.

    "When they have somebody that wins four Premier Leagues for them, I become number two. Until this moment Judas is number one." 

  3. What's next?

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    United have the second leg of their Europa League last-16 tie with Rostov to navigate on Thursday before heading to Middlesbrough on Sunday.

    They will be without Ander Herrera and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the next two Premier League games. Potentially Marcos Rojo too?

  4. What's next?

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea

    Chelsea have a trip to Stoke to look forward to on Saturday before they host Palace and then Manchester City after the international break. 

  5. Miss anything?

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Here are the highlights:

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United highlights
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  7. Chasing shadows

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United had just 28% possession, their lowest figure in a single match this season.

  8. 'Hazard couldn't play'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte: "It was a good performance against a strong team with good players. United has the best squad in the league. For us we must be pleased to go into the next round."

    On the red card: "I think Hazard started the game and couldn't play. All the people look at this and then judge."

  9. BBC pundits rave about Kante (again)

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    N'Golo Kanet
    Image caption: One of these men was head and shoulders above the other tonight

    Frank Lampard:  "I compared him to Claude Makelele last season, but he's got even more to his game than Makelele."

    Phil Neville: "He breaks up play and then sometimes he finishes it off too. He's the most effective midfielder in Europe at the moment. I don't see anyone with the influence he has on team. He's a number 6, an 8 and a 10."

    Alan Shearer:  "The energy he has is staggering."

  10. Rojo stamp?

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Did Marcos Rojo stamp on Eden Hazard in the second half? I missed that during the game but the replay doesn't look good.

    Hard to judge a player's intent in those situations of course. 

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    Einar: Pogba always yards from any player when defending. When Kanté took the shot he didn't even make an effort to block the shot. 

    George Thorpe: That's Chelsea into the final. Spurs can't win at Wembley this season

  12. 'A referee with fantastic potential'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho: "I don't speak [about the red card]. I just want to say that I'm really proud of my players and Manchester United fans.

    "We have a very important match on Thursday and I want to rest a little bit and prepare as best as we can.

    "Everybody can analyse from different perspectives but we all watch the match until the red card and after the red card. So we can compare the decisions of the two yellow cards, in this case with others which were not given.

    "I don't want to go in that direction. Michael Oliver is a referee with fantastic potential but in four matches he has given three penalties and a red card. I cannot change that.

    "I shook his hand and said many congratulations."

  13. Post update

    So no north London derby but a London derby and whichever way you slice it, two massive games.

    They will be played at Wembley on 22-23 April. 

  14. BreakingFA CUP SEMI-FINAL

    Arsenal v Manchester City

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    Chelsea v Tottenham

  16. Here comes the draw

    Will it be a north London derby at Wembley in April?

  17. Chelsea overtake Villa in semi-final standing

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Semis

    It's not a stat which matters too much but an indicator of success. 

  18. 'A beautiful win'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea

    Chelsea matchwinner N'Golo Kante:  "I'm happy to score again, we're happy for the win. It was a beautiful win. 

    "It was a tough game, Manchester United are a good team. But once they had a player sent off it was easier.    

    "It is a pleasure to go to the next round and now to try to get to the final."

  19. 'Kante the best in the world'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Frank Lampard

    Former England midfielder on BBC One

    "I would go so far as to say N'Golo Kante is the best central midfield player in the world right now." 

  20. 'It was a professional performance'

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea

    Chelsea defender Gary Cahill: "We keep the momentum going. We dug in and gave a good account of ourselves. It was professional from us, we controlled the game when we needed to.

    "It [the red card] turned it in our favour. I've not seen it so I am not sure. But there were fouls leading up to that so it was possibly silly to go in like that. We complained as we thought they were going in on Eden.

    "N'Golo [Kante] has been fantastic. You saw what he did last season but he has kicked on again this season. He is so important, especially to us at the back."