The 8 most iconic moments for Chelsea at Wembley Stadium

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Super Frank Lampard's superb finish vs Everton – FA Cup 2009

Two years after the victory over Manchester United, Chelsea returned to Wembley Stadium to take on Everton in the FA Cup final.

Saha scored for Everton inside the first 30 seconds of the game, but Didier Drogba equalized for Chelsea midway through the first half. Everton proved to be a stubborn opponent and contested well.

The magical moment came in the 72nd minute of the game. Lampard received a pass from Anelka, turned to his left, and unleashed a left-footed powerful strike past Tim Howard from 25 yards. Lampard ran to the corner flag to celebrate, displaying five fingers – Chelsea's fifth FA Cup trophy.

Drogba’s stunning free-kick vs Portsmouth— FA Cup 2010

Chelsea headed to Wembley in 2010 to take on Portsmouth in the FA Cup final. Drogba had a goal disallowed in the first half, with officials claiming the ball had not crossed the line. In the second half, Prince Boateng failed to score from the penalty spot to give Pompey the lead.

The magical moment came from none other than Didier. Drogba unleashed a long-range free-kick that clipped the inside of the post, giving Chelsea the lead to win the FA Cup. Drogba and Wembley became an iconic duo.