The victory kept alive Chelsea’s last hope of winning silverware at the end of a difficult season. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Manchester United and Tottenham will clash in a potentially thrilling FA Cup semifinal, while troubled Chelsea take on Southampton in the other last four clash at Wembley.Alvaro Morata ended a personal goal drought stretching back to Dec. 26 as the Spain forward put Chelsea ahead with a clinical finish in the 42nd minute.Leicester striker Jamie Vardy poked home from close range in the 75th minute to send the quarterfinal into extra time.But Spain winger Pedro won it for Chelsea in the 105th minute when he punished Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel's misjudged attempt to punch clear. Pedro got to the ball before Schmeichel and met N'Golo Kante's cross with a header that looped into the empty net.
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