The Reason Why Chelsea Must Win The FA Cup Final Today At Wembley

Chelsea has two chances to break their Wembley curse this season, with the second being the most important.

N’Golo Kante, Cesar Azpilicueta, Marcos Alonso, and Andreas Christensen were all there for the entire ordeal, earning five undeserved runners-up medals in the process.

The Reason Why Chelsea Must Win The FA Cup Final Today At Wembley
The Reason Why Chelsea Must Win The FA Cup Final Today At Wembley

Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi, who was also involved in the League Cup loss to Man City in 2019, have failed to win a domestic cup final following a succession of close calls, similar to Mount.

The 23-year-old has started in all three of Chelsea’s defeats since 2020, as well as Derby’s Championship play-off final loss to Aston Villa the year before and England’s heartbreak in the Euro 2020 final last summer.

Mount has had a bad run at Wembley during the last four years. As a result, he’s dead set on ending his hoodoo in this year’s final.

After scoring in their semi-final triumph over Crystal Palace last month, he remarked, “It’s definitely time for us to win a final at Wembley.”

Mount and Chelsea are bracing themselves for a second Wembley showdown with Liverpool on Saturday. Three months after Kepa Arrizabalaga’s dreadful penalty, which soared into Row Z, cost them the Carabao Cup, they are seeking vengeance in the season’s second domestic final.

For Blues fans, however, all that matters is seeing their club hoist a trophy under the famed arch once more. Forget about vengeance.

They’ve trudged despondently back down Wembley way far too many times in recent years following a heartbreaking defeat. Six visits in the last five years have resulted in only one victory, resulting in a win percentage of 17.

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