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  • Chelsea 2-0 Stoke City: Lampard, Terry scores

    Chelsea did not have much trouble when serving Stoke City in the FA Cup quarterfinals. Won 2-0, 'The Blue' right to drive into the semi-finals which will be held at Wembley Stadium.

    Stoke entertain at Stamford Bridge Stadium, Sunday (7/3/2010), Chelsea did not want to take risks. Outside of those who were not able to play, the Blues best fleet manager Carlo Ancelotti was dropped.

    As a result, Chelsea were also more control of the match. Two of Chelsea's winning goal by Frank Lampard in print in 35 minutes and a goal from John Terry that score on minute 67.

    The game

    Despite playing away and not seeded, Stoke Chelsea fear could make the initial fight. In the fifth minute, Mamady Sidibe header bounced over the Chelsea goal.

    Quarter-hour running game, Stoke were still able to threaten. Throw the ball from goalkeeper Hilario punching result, Dean Whitehead to volley off can still be swept away by Jon Obi Mikel at the goal line.

    But it was the first Chelsea can score goals. The game was in the 35th minute when Lampard's swift kick outside the penalty box from the net through Thomas Sorensen's goal.

    In the second half, Chelsea controlled the tempo more and more solid game. 66 minutes, Didier Drogba cross off headlong Nicolas Anelka. Goal failure can be detained created by Abdoulaye Diagne Faye.

    Of which created a corner kick, the ball Alex headlong into the goal, but again failed because there was Andy Wilkinson who threw the ball with his head.

    On the third attempt, the new Chelsea reap the rewards of success. Terry grabbed a corner kick to Florent Malouda scored the cover of victory The Blues.

    Chelsea: Hilario; Ferreira, Terry, Alex, Ivanovic; Lampard, Malouda, Obi Mikel; Anelka, Drogba, Kalou

    Stoke City: Sorensen; Wilkinson, Huth, Collins, Faye; Whelan (Pugh 46), Whitehead, Delap, Sanli (Lawrence 60); Fuller, Sidibe (Kitson 61)


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