Marcus Rashford's wonderful long-run free-kick sent Manchester United into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals after a 2-1 successful win at Stamford Bridge.
The forward hit a staggering hit past Willy Caballero with 17 minutes staying on the clock to place United into the last eight since 2017.
Rashford had put his side ahead in the first 45minutee when he changed over from the spot after Marcos Alonso overturned Daniel James in the territory.
Michy Batshuayi evened out soon after the interim when he discharged a low shot past Sergio Romero yet Rashford discovered his second of the game with a very awesome free-kick.
Frank Lampard rolled out six improvements to his side that beat Burnley so serenely at Turf Moor on Sunday and the absence of union was obvious from the beginning, with Chelsea looking unstable under lock and key.
Promotion But it was two of Saturday's starters, Marcos Alonso and Mateo Kovacic, that schemed to hand United the opener.
The Spaniard played a risky go inside to his Croatian colleague yet the previous Real Madrid star was uninformed of the weight being applied by Scott McTominay.
The Scot was extreme in the handle and played in the fast Daniel James once he'd picked up ownership. The winger flashed into the case and Alonso, frantic to make amends for his previous mistake, brought James down in a demonstration of franticness.
The Carabao Cup is yet to endorse the utilization of VAR and replays showed that there was insignificant contact on James however enough for ref Paul Tierney to grant United their eighth spot kick of the period.
Marcus Rashford had taken three free-kicks this seaso and has managed to score just once. In any case, the 21-year-old committed no error this time as he sent Caballero the incorrect method to put United ahead.
In a first 50% of not many chances, United looked the more agreeable side. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had returned to the 3-4-1-2 development that invalidated Liverpool at Old Trafford not long ago and Chelsea were thinking that its difficult to get the show on the road into Christian Pulisic and Callum Hudson-Odoi in wide regions.
Be that as it may, that changed in the second 45minutes and drastically so. Where once Chelsea were looking sideways, presently they looked forward.
Kovacic, sitting profound with Jorginho in the principal half, was given more opportunity to connect with the assault and Chelsea began to make possibilities. Also, they ought to have been level only four minutes after the interim.
Alonso whipped in a prodding cross along the substance of United's six-yard box to discover Hudson-Odoi plain in the center. The 18-year-old had been pushed over the promoting sheets minutes sooner by Williams and was maybe as yet feeling the impacts as he neglected to reach the cross.
Lampard was then lamenting botched opportunities from Billy Gilmour and Pulisic, who both neglected to make solid associations from circumstances on the edge of the container.
Be that as it may, Chelsea didn't need to stand by any longer for their equalizer. It came when the Blues, playing their guests unexpectedly, broke on United at speed.
Michy Batshuayi ended up in United's half and facing three protectors. The trio selected against handling the Belgian, probably in light of the fact that they felt he would turn back towards his very own objective and hold up play. In any case, he proceeded and arrowed an amazing exertion into the base corner and past Romero.
The equalizer provoked Solskjaer into changes. Anthony Martial and Andreas Pereira, the two starters against Norwich on Sunday, were presented for Victor Lindelof and Jesse Lingard, while Pulisic and Gilmour were both expelled for the home side.
Stamford Bridge had discovered its voice yet Chelsea neglected to kick on after the equalizer. Rather it was United recapturing a foot on the ball and the guests had a free-kick 30 yards from goal when Fred was fouled by Pedro.
Rashford was the man accused of taking the set-piece and he left the home group in dazed quietness when he found the top corner with an effervescing exertion that had echoes of Cristiano Ronaldo in the manner it undulated in the net.
Chelsea pushed forward for an equalizer yet United were untypically clever at seeing out the game in the last minutes and the triumph went with hardly any panics in the withering stages.
Subsequent to going right around eight months without an away success before United's triumph in Belgrade last Thursday, the Red Devils have now recorded three successes on the ricochet out and about over the most recent six days.
The weight is tenacious at Old Trafford however it was working up to a substantial level before the side's 1-1 draw with Liverpool a fortnight prior.
Solskjaer's side have since alleviated the strain with a string of empowering exhibitions.