In pictures: Chelsea and Manchester United FA Cup clashes Chelsea’s Eden Hazard scored the only goal when the sides met in last year’s final (Nick Potts/PA) Chelsea’s victory meant their manager Antonio Conte (right) ended his reign with another trophy, getting the better of the club’s former boss Jose Mourinho (right) (Nick Potts/PA) It was the eighth time Chelsea had won the FA Cup (Nick Potts/PA) The result was the same, 1-0, when the sides met in the 2007 final. Didier Drogba scored the winner in extra time (Rebecca Naden/PA) That was a happier occasion for Mourinho, who was then Blues boss (Martin Rickett/PA) The 1994 final was a completely different story, however. Goals from Mark Hughes (left), Eric Cantona (two, right) and Brian McClair gave United a 4-0 win, completing the double (John Stillwell/PA) United also prevailed in a 1996 semi-final at Villa Park, winning 2-1 with goals from David Beckham (right) and Andy Cole (left) (David Jones/PA) Beckham scored two, including a trademark free-kick, as United overpowered Chelsea 5-3 in a remarkable third-round tie at Stamford Bridge in 1998. United led 5-0 after 78 minutes before a late Chelsea flurry threatened an unlikely comeback (Adam Butler/PA) United were also triumphant the following year, Dwight Yorke (lower left) scoring both goals in a 2-0 sixth round replay win at Stamford Bridge (Stefan Rousseau/PA) The sides also needed a replay to settle their quarter-final tie in 2013. Wayne Rooney was on target early in the first game at Old Trafford, which ended 2-2 (Martin Rickett/PA) Chelsea secured the draw with an equaliser from Ramires (Martin Rickett/PA) Demba Ba (left) then scored the only goal as Chelsea won the replay 1-0 (John Walton/PA) That familiar 1-0 scoreline was repeated in the 2017 quarter-finals, when Chelsea took advantage of Ander Herrera’s sending off at Stamford Bridge (Adam Davy/PA) The winning goal on that occasion came from N’Golo Kante, who is mobbed by happy team-mates in this picture (Adam Davy/PA) Delving deeper into the archive, Norman Whiteside (left) was on target in United’s 2-0 fourth-round win over the Blues in 1988 (PA Archive) Liked the article? Help us fight click-bait content:TweetWhatsAppPocketMore Football Paradise Staff Reporter Serving quality football news from around the globe. No click-bait.