Chelsea substitute Pedro headed in an extra-time winner to see off Leicester City and put the visitors into their second successive FA Cup semi-final under manager Antonio Conte.
An even tie was decided when Kasper Schmeichelās rash decision to come off his line was punished by Pedro, who beat him to NāGolo Kanteās cross. Alvaro Morata had slid Chelsea ahead in the first half of normal time.
But Leicesterās Jamie Vardy smashed in from close range to force extra-time. Conteās side will find out their semi-final opponents when the draw is made.
Earlier on Sunday, Southampton reached the last four by beating Wigan, and join Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur ā who both won their quarter-finals on Saturday ā in the hat. Leicesterās defeat means their wait for a first FA Cup semi-final appearance since 1982 goes on.
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