How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

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Chelsea’s FA Cup misfortune to Liverpool implies they have now lost six out of seven finals at Wembley Stadium since Didier Drogba left the club in 2015.

 

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea's second home after Didier Drogba left
How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

Chelsea lost the FA Cup last on punishments to Liverpool which makes it the 6th loss in seven finals at Wembley Stadium.

During Didier Drogba’s time at Chelsea which additionally matched with the principal half of Roman Abramovich’s rule, Wembley Stadium was usual hangout spot for the Blues.

Chelsea and Wembley

The primary cup last of the Abramovich period additionally turned out to be the principal last at the new Wembley Stadium in 2007 after the arena had been under redesign for a long time earlier.

Chelsea dedicated the heavenly arena with a 1-0 win against Manchester United before almost 90,000 fans and there are no awards for speculating the goalscorer.

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea's second home after Didier Drogba left
How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

Didier Drogba consolidated well with Frank Lampard to score the triumphant objective in the 26th moment of additional opportunity to win Chelsea the prize.

The Blues would proceed to play and win three of the following five FA Cup finals and lay out their predominance at Wembley Stadium. The main Wembley rout in that run came in 2008, a 2-1 misfortune to Tottenham in the EFL Cup last.

The Drogba impact

Indeed, even in that single loss against Tottenham, Didier Drogba actually leaving his imprint at Wembley, opening the scoring with an amazing free-kick following 39 minutes.

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

Didier Drogba joined well with Frank Lampard to score the triumphant objective in the 26th moment of additional opportunity to win Chelsea the prize.

The Blues would proceed to play and win three of the following five FA Cup finals and lay out their strength at Wembley Stadium. The main Wembley rout in that run came in 2008, a 2-1 misfortune to Tottenham in the EFL Cup last.

The Drogba impact

Indeed, even in that singular loss against Tottenham, Didier Drogba actually leaving his imprint at Wembley, opening the scoring with a magnificent free-kick following 39 minutes.

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

Because of Drogba’s inconceivably reliable run at Wembley Stadium, Chelsea won five out of six Wembley finals and seven of eight FA and EFL Cup finals during his time at the club.

The post-Drogba years

In the post-Drogba years additionally the last part of Abramovich’s Chelsea rule, the West London club has stayed similarly as predominant in getting to homegrown cup finals.

Chelsea have played in five of the last six FA Cup finals which are as of now more than the four finals they played with Drogba driving the line.

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

How Wembley Stadium quit being Chelsea’s second home after Didier Drogba left

It hasn’t gotten better for Chelsea in the EFL Cup either, their last victory in that competition stays the last one Drogba won in 2015. Chelsea have since lost two finals to Manchester City and Liverpool in 2019 and 2022 separately.

To sum up, Chelsea have played seven homegrown cup finals over the most recent five years and just dominated one match, a terrible record, particularly rather than what they were recently acclimated with.

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