The 8 most iconic moments for Chelsea at Wembley Stadium

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Matic's screamer vs Tottenham — FA Cup Semi-final 2017

Any match-up between Chelsea and Tottenham is a highly charged encounter, characterized by intensity and rivalry.

In this tense encounter, Chelsea were leading the game 3-2, with Tottenham having come from behind twice. With the Final not yet assured, the sucker punch moment came in the last 15 minutes of the game. Fabregas found Eden Hazard in the box; Hazard darted in the box and released the ball to Matic. Matic unleashed a rocket shot past Hugo Lloris that almost tore the net off, putting Chelsea in firm control of the match.

Alonso's stunning strikes vs Tottenham — Premier League 2017

Tottenham hosted champions Chelsea in the first-ever league match under the Arch at Wembley Stadium.

Having put Chelsea ahead with a stunning free kick in the first half, but with the game at 1-1 after an own goal by Michy Batshuayi, Alonso put Spurs to the sword with a stunning strike in the 88th minute of the game. This match was Tottenham's first game at Wembley, and it ended in defeat, although they had not lost any home games in the previous season.

Eden Hazard's calm penalty vs Manchester United — FA Cup 2018

Two English Premier League giants met again under the Arch at the home of football. This time, Jose Mourinho was on the opposite bench with Manchester United.

Having humiliated Manchester United 4-0 in the league encounter at Stamford Bridge, this game had a lot riding on it.

In the 21st minute, Hazard received the ball from Fabregas and skipped past Phil Jones into the box. As he was preparing to pull the trigger, Jones brought him down, and the referee pointed to the spot for a penalty. Hazard, in his usual trademark style, rolled the ball past David de Gea into the bottom right corner to give Chelsea the lead and eventually secure Chelsea's eighth FA Cup trophy.