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Chelsea thrash Manchester City to win fourth-consecutive FA Youth Cup

Mason Mount and his Chelsea teammates celebrate after beating Manchester City to win the FA Youth Cup.
Mason Mount and his Chelsea teammates celebrate after winning the FA Youth Cup against Man City.

LONDON -- Chelsea clinched their fourth-consecutive FA Youth Cup by beating Manchester City 5-1 at Stamford Bridge to triumph 6-2 on aggregate.

Goals from Trevoh Chalobah, Ike Ugbo, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Dujon Sterling and substitute Cole Dasilva ensured the Blues continue their dominance of the competition and secured Jody Morris his first silverware as coach in front of the watching Roman Abramovich, Antonio Conte, John Terry and Frank Lampard.

A 1-1 draw between the teams in the first leg at Etihad...

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Anthony Taylor to take charge of 2017 FA Cup final between Arsenal, Chelsea

Arsene Wenger was proud of how Arsenal stepped up to the occasion and silenced critics to reach the FA Cup final.
Janusz Michallik recaps an improbable victory for Arsenal over Manchester City in the FA Cup.

Anthony Taylor has been appointed to referee this season's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea -- the same official that Gunners manager Arsene Wenger pushed and labelled "dishonest" in January.

The Football Association announced on Wednesday that Taylor is to take charge of the showpiece event on May 27 alongside assistant referees Gary Beswick and Marc Perry, fourth official Robert Madley and reserve assistant referee Adam Nunn.

Wenger was given a four-match touchline ban and £25,000...

Arsenal and Chelsea to get 28,000 tickets each for FA Cup final

Arsene Wenger was proud of how Arsenal stepped up to the occasion and silenced critics to reach the FA Cup final.
Janusz Michallik recaps an improbable victory for Arsenal over Manchester City in the FA Cup.

Arsenal and Chelsea will both receive around 28,000 tickets for the FA Cup final in May.

The Football Association announced they have kept the ticket allocations unchanged from last season's final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United, when they were increased in order to give fans of the two finalists more seats at Wembley.

Another 14,000 tickets will be "distributed back into the game through the football family" by going to volunteers for local leagues, clubs and charities, the governing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Lionel Messi stars as Barca beat Real, Arsenal reach FA Cup final

Watch the match highlights for LaLiga Santander 2016-17 El Clasico match played between Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona
Catch all the goals scored in LaLiga Santander 2016-17 El Clasico match played between Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona
With free-flowing action, style, controversy, and drama, the FC crew debate if it can be marked as the best El Clasico ever.
The guys answer your tweets on El Clasico, Barca's 'end of an era', Guardiola's shortcomings, and more.

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

BARCELONA: Lionel Messi produced another outrageous performance as Barcelona beat Real Madrid to move top of La Liga, scoring his 500th goal for the club in stoppage time to seal a 3-2 win.

- Messi required medical attention in Sunday's Clasico when a first-half clash with Marcelo left the Barcelona superstar bloodied.

REAL MADRID: Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos believes his red card was "excessive,"...

Was Chelsea's FA Cup semifinal win over Tottenham genius or good luck?

Despite being considered one the Prem's best sides, the FC crew debate if they're serial underachievers.

Was leaving Eden Hazard and Diego Costa on the bench for 60 minutes a tactical masterstroke by Antonio Conte? Or maybe just the realization that, while the FA Cup is nice and all, playing it safe and giving yourself the best possible chance to win the Premier League at your first attempt is a whole heck of a lot nicer?

We may never know and, if you ask Conte himself, he'll say something along the lines of choosing the best team to win this game and other platitudes. He's getting a ton of praise...