Last-gasp Gallagher sinks Leeds and sends Chelsea into FA Cup quarters

Conor Gallagher struck a 90th-minute winner as Chelsea bounced back from their Carabao Cup final defeat with a battling 3-2 win over Leeds to book an FA Cup quarter-final date with Leicester at Stamford Bridge.

Leeds arrived in west London with momentum after their thrilling Friday night win over Championship promotion rivals Leicester and exposed Chelsea's vulnerability following their extra-time loss to Liverpool inside eight minutes, with Mateo Joseph capitalising on Axel Disasi's mistake in his own box for his first senior goal.

But Chelsea - who had been labelled bottlejobs in that Wembley loss - fought back with slick build-up play putting Nicolas Jackson and Mykhailo Mudryk in positions to turn the tie.

Leeds were not done though. Daniel Farke's side brought the impetus to the second half as Chelsea seemed to shrink back and deservedly equalised when the impressive Jaidon Anthony crossed for Joseph to double his tally.

Leeds' young forward had another good headed chance soon after but it was Chelsea who would strike the final blow. Enzo Fernandez's driving run opened things up and Gallagher's turn and finish was excellent. The Chelsea fans erupted in appreciation.