There are various features of the game which incorporates own objective by Oliver Norwood against Sheffield United which procured Chelsea their first objective during the main half, and the last objective by Hakim Ziyech during the additional minutes of the second half after an awesome help by Ben Chilwell.
From the match no yellow cards were recorded by one or the other group during the primary half, and second half, and as indicated by insights Chelsea had more belongings. Despite the fact that there were no cards during the match, there were unquestionably fouls and Sheffield United had a larger number of fouls than their adversary.
See some photographs of top minutes during the Chelsea versus Sheffield United Fa Cup match.
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