Manchester United let slip a two-goal lead at Old Trafford meaning they'll have to replay for the right to face Man City in the semi-final. Mike Norman reports on the In-Play odds matched...
"The runaway Premier League leaders traded as short as 1.061/18 to win the game but back came Chelsea in the second half with goals from Eden Hazard and Ramires."
There was disappointment for the second game running at Old Trafford as Manchester United let slip a two-goal lead to Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-final.
The early signs suggested United were suffering no ill-effects from their Champions League elimination to Real Madrid as they raced into a 2-0 lead inside 11 minutes thanks to a Javier Hernandez looping header and a free-kick from Wayne Rooney that eluded everyone before finding the back of the net.
The runaway Premier League leaders traded as short as 1.061/18 to win the game but back came Chelsea in the second half with goals from Eden Hazard and Ramires. The 2-2 Correct Score was matched 24.023/1 In-Play with the Draw touching a high of 19.018/1.
Shortly after the game the draw was made for the semi-final with the winners of the United/Chelsea replay facing Mancheter City in a mouthwatering tie. Yesterday's victors Wigan will play the winners of Millwall and Blackburn who played out a dull 0-0 draw - matched at 13.012/1 - at the Den and must replay on Wednesday.
City are now clear favourites in the FA Cup Winner market at 2.526/4 ahead of United (4.47/2), Chelsea (5.85/1) and Wigan (6.611/2).