Chelsea are in their fourth FA Cup final in six years after handling Tottenham Hotspurs Sunday night with a scoreline of 5-1. Didier Drogba looked his former self, turning and unleashing the opening goal from outside the box.
Juan Mata would get on the scoreboard at the beginning of the second half in controversial fashion. But it ultimately proved to be worth little argument as the Blues were clearly more deserving of the victory. They have made the new Wembley their home in recent years and continued that night.
Chelsea got their tough stretch of games underway right with this win and will be looking to ride the momentum right into their Champions League showdown in the midweek with Barcelona.
Here are six things learned from the match.