N’Golo Kante Seals Victory For Chelsea Against Manchester United

Antonio Conte side Chelsea remained firmly on course for a domestic double as French midfielder N'Golo Kante's second-half winner settled a stormy FA Cup quarter-final meeting with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

The Red Devil manager Jose Mourinho was involved in touchline clashes with opposite number Antonio Conte and was verbally abused by the Blue side fans at the scene of many of his triumphs, including three trophies.

The Former Chelsea manager was furious when playmaker Ander Herera was sent off 10 minutes before break-time after a second foul on Belgium winger Eden Hazard, and the managers were kept apart moments later after defender Marcos Alonso tumbled to the floor after being brought down.

The former Leicester City midfielder Kante's low 51st-minute drive finally defeat United goalkeeper David De Gea, who saved superby from Hazard and centre-back Gary Cahill before the break to keep Mourinho's side in contention before the host made the breakthrough.

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