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Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United: N'golo Kante stunning goal sends Blues into FA Cup semi-finals as

Chelsea are through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup by beating Manchester United in a fiery clash at Stamford Bridge.

The excellent N'Golo Kante scored the only goal of the game as Antonio Conte's men remain on course for the double.

The Frenchman, dominated Paul Pogba throughout, fired home from the edge of the box to beat David De Gea.

Ander Herrera was shown the red card during the first-half for United, before Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte clashed.

Diego Costa celebrates Kante's goal with fists pump after Chelsea take the lead in the FA Cup quarter-final at Stamford Bridge

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea looked on helplessly as Kante's fierce strike flies past him into the net

N'golo Kante celebrates his superb strike with his mates Eden Hazard and Cesar Azpilicueta

Herrera seen here was sent off for a second bookable offence after fouling Eden Hazard for the second time in the game

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson (right) appeared tensed as he takes in the game alongside former club executive David Gill

Chelsea sealed their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge

Former Leicester City midfielder N'Golo Kante was brilliant with a fine individual performance with the winning goal just after the break

Diego Costa

It seems Conte’s snub John Terry. He’s out of contract at the end of the season but there is no room for sentiments in a crunch cup tie

Mourinho and Conte at each other's throats

Former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit and Fabio Capello seen here as they chat ahead of the FA Cup clash

Manchester United's players appeared to be upset as they surround referee Oliver after Herrera is shown is second yellow card

Man-United boss Jose Mourinho arguing with Chelsea's manager Antonio Conte and a football official standing in the middle to defuse tension

Manchester United legend David Beckham with his son Brooklyn

England manager Gareth Southgate

Antonio Conte couldn't contain himself as he yelled out celebrating wildly after Manchester United were reduced to 10 men at the end of the first half

Spain international Ander Herrera was shown the red card and sent off by referee Michael Oliver after picking up two bookings

Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte pictured as they clashed for the second time this season in the immediate aftermath of Ander Herrera's red card.

Photo credit- Daily Mail UK

My opinion- Ander Herrera did NOT deserve red card against Chelsea

Antonio Conte was disrespectful with the way he celebrated Herrera's red card decision by yelling wildly like a lion. He is so uncouth.