Ross Barkley lone strike in the second half sent the Leicester City out of the FA Cup as Chelsea advanced to the semifinals of the tournament.
Chelsea was held to a goalless first half by Leicester City with both teams playing according to plan, the host sit back as the wait for a counter-attack in their usual style while Chelsea is maintaining their high pressing football style of play.
Chelsea dominated the play but Leicester City maintain a disciplined defensive line to curtail the Blues’ attack, Leicester City forced Chelsea to play cautiously in the defence.
Leicester City finally bowed to Chelsea high pressing game in the 63rd minute following a brilliant finish from substitute Ross Barkley from a Willian assist, Chelsea dominated the second half of the clash.
Though Leicester City put up a late press with Chelsea forced to defend and break on the counter-attack.
The game ended in favour of Chelsea as they book their place in the semifinals of the FA Cup.