It was drama and euphoric scenes at Wembley on Saturday evening after the full time whistle was blown.
Leicester City, who were in their first FA Cup final since 1969, endured a nervy end, and secured what will be their first ever trophy in the competition.
In the 63rd minute, Belgian midfieder, Youri Tielemans, sparked joyous scenes after unleashing a right-footed strike from 25 yards – converting a Luke Thomas pass in the process.
The Foxes had to keep Chelsea at bay, but were relieved after Wes Morgan’s own goal was chopped off by VAR due to a marginal offside by Ben Chilwell in the build up.
Leicester also had their keeper Kasper Schmeichel to thank for two outstanding saves including Chilwell’s close range header and Mason Mount’s strike in the second half.
Manager Brendan Rodgers will now look to qualify the Foxes for the Champions League after their triumph. They currently sit 3rd in the English Premier League and will face Chelsea in a mid week crucial game.