Chelsea and Nigerian international Victor Moses was in stealth mode as Chelsea brushed aside London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 to book their place in the finals of the Emirates FA cup.
Victor Moses won a penalty for Chelsea in the first half which was converted by team-mate Willian to hand Chelsea a 2-1 lead at halftime.
The Nigerian forward redeemed himself after a poor outing against Man Utd in last week’s 0-2 loss, as it was revealed he had a virus and played through pain.
Chelsea scored the first goal through a sublime freekick by Willian and the Brazilian restored the lead after Harry Kane had equalized for spurs.
Dele Alli drew Spurs level shortly into the resumption of the second half. But Chelsea went back into the lead for the third time in the match as substitute Hazard finished from inside the box.
A fourth goal and easily the best of the match came from the left foot of Matic from a long range shot to seal a 4-2 memorable and entertaining win for Victor Moses and his Chelsea teammates.
Chelsea now await the winner between Manchester City featuring Iheanacho and Arsenal with Alex Iwobi in their side in the final.