Chelsea booked their ticket to Wembley after confirming their 2-0 earlier victory over Spurs last week after again beating Antonio Conte’s Spurs 1-0 {Agg 3-0} on Wednesday night.

Chelsea had taken early 2-0 lead from the first leg played last week at Stamford Bridge, courtsey of Kai Havertz and Ben Davies own goal, and never relent back as they took full control of the game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last night.

Antonio Rudiger powerful header gave Chelsea the lead, after Mason Mount’s beautiful corner in the 18th minute.

Spurs however, will feel the pinch of unfairness after VAR ruled out two penalties awarded by centre referee Andre Mariner in each halves, as well as Harry Kane’s second half goal after the English striker scored but ruled offside.

The Blues dominated the match but had to wait until the 12th to register first shot on target.

Spurs goalkeeper had to die for the team after the second gaoalkeeper denied Romelu Lukaku, a one-on-one goal after the striker skillfully chesting down Rudiger’s ball, but Gollini swept away the Belgian’s attempt.

German defender Rudiger then put the Blues into the lead few minutes later when he found the ball unmarked to meet Mason Mount’s corner kick and headed the ball past Gollini.

Spurs showed some revivals in the second half as they pilled more pressure early minutes in search of equaliser.

Their plan almost worked in 56th minute when Kepa Arrizabalaga was allegedly thought to have brought down Lucas Moura inside 18 inbox, Mariner awarding a penalty before VAR intervened and the penalty was ruled out.

Not long enough, Spurs again thought they had finally got the equaliser when Moura and Kane combined some nice play, to find the back of the net.

Kane’s effort was however, ruled for an offside position and VAR again disallowed the goal.

The Blues with no pressure held on for a 3-0 aggregate win and will wait to know their opponent between Liverpool and Arsenal.

The two rivals play their first leg match on Thursday 22:45 {EAT} before second leg return next week.