Chelsea 1-1 Norwich City
- Michy Batshuayi gave laboured Blues the lead early in the second half.
- Chelsea look to have ridden the storm but Jamal Lewis' wonderful header in the 93rd minute sent the game to extra-time.
- Alvaro Morata and Pedro were then sent off in stoppage time for bad challenges, simulation and dissent.
- Chelsea didn't need the Spaniards in the shoot-out, though, winning 5-3 on penalties.
- Chelsea: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro.
- Norwich City: Gunn, Pinto, Zimmermann, Hanley, Klose, Lewis, Reed, Vrancic, Maddison, Murphy, Oliveira.
Can Hazard send Chelsea through? Of course he can! The nine-man Blues march on!
Murphy shows his mettle. 4-3.
Kante the next to step up... nicely done by the Frenchman. 4-2.
Vrancic keeps Norwich hopes alive. 3-2
Can you rely on Azpilicueta? Of course you can. 3-1.
Maddison halves the deficit for the Canaries with a cool spot-kick. 2-1.
David Luiz follows his compatriot Willian... and makes no mistake. 2-0.
Oliveira steps up for Norwich, but his effort is saved by Caballero!
Here we go then. Willian steps up first... and scores. 1-0 Chelsea.
Talking points, talking points everywhere.
Conte, predictably is fuming with referee Graham Scott, who will no doubt come under the microscope in tomorrow's papers.
Full-time. To penalties we go.
Morata has been shown two yellows within five seconds!
The Spaniard went down under pressure from Klose and is adjudged to have dived be the referee, who shows him a yellow. Incadescent with rage, Morata says something untoward to Graham Scott, who immediately whips out a red and sends him off.
What is going on here!
RED CARD FOR MORATA!
Pedro is given his marching orders by Graham Scott after scything down Hoolahan from behind. The Spaniard was cautioned in the second half of normal time for diving and can have no complaints over his dismissal.
RED CARD FOR PEDRO!
Murphy almost picks out Cantwell in the Chelsea box but the latter just can't bring the ball under his spell.
Chelsea try to unlock Noriwch through Kante, but his cutback was once again cut out by Zimmermann. The game has now stopped as Pinto attempts to rid himself of cramp.
Zappacosta's low criss is cleared by Zimmermann as Chelsea look to turn the screw.
Morata then turns and shoots before Pinto's vital interception denies Pedro and sends the ball out for a corner.
Morata gets the second half of extra-time underway. Will he be the one to find a late, late winner?
The referee blows the whistle to end the first period of extra-time, during which VAR has once again become the talking point after Willian was booked for diving when it looked a certain penalty.
A splendid minute from Gunn sees him deny Willian and Morata with spellbinding saves. Once again, the Spaniard's effort lacks conviction, but full credit to Gunn as we head into the second period of extra-time.
Final change for Chelsea; Hazard on, Drinkwater off.
Maddison goes into book for scything down Kante before releasing Cantwell, who couldn't find Oliveira with his low cross.
Norwich win a corner from Luiz, taken poorly by Maddison, and Chelsea eventually win a foul courtesy of Willian.