Chelsea advanced to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a 3-2 win over Championship side Luton Town on Wednesday night.
Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner, Saul Niguez and Jorginho were called up as part of nine changes from the Carabao Cup final loss to Liverpool.
The hosts took a surprising lead after just two minutes when Reece Burke headed home Luke Berry's corner, much to the delight of the home fans.
It a while for the Blues to get back on level terms when some good work by Werner ended with Saul calmly slotting into the far corner from the edge of the box.
However, the home fans were sent into a frenzy once again after Luton restored their lead in the 40th minute as Harry Cornick beat the offside trap to go clear and slot past Kepa.
After a slow start to the second half, the Blues drew level in the 67th minute as Ruben Loftus-Cheek picked out Werner, who controlled well before slotting home.
The Blues took the lead for the first time in the 78th minute when Werner turned provider to pick out Lukaku for the close-range finish, which proved to be the winning goal.
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Liverpool 2-1 Norwich City
Newly crowned Carabao Cup champions Liverpool defeated Norwich City to secure a spot in the final eight.
Jurgen Klopp recalled Alisson Becker in goals alongside Gomez, Curtis Jones, Diogo Jota and Divock Origi were also
Takumi Minamino, who did not feature in the Carabao Cup, made the most of his rare start after opening the scoring in the 27th minute.
The Japanese international capped off an impressive first by completing his brace in the 39th minute with an impressive first-time strike.
Lukas Rupp did pull a goal back for Norwich in the 76th minute, but Klopp's men were able to see out the final 15 minutes.
Southampton 3-1 West Ham United
Southampton overcome West Ham United at St Mary's Stadium to book their spot in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Romain Perraud put the Saints ahead in the 31st minute with his first goal of the campaign.
The Hammers had to wait until the hour mark to get back on level terms after Michail Antonio ended his goal drought.
However, the visitors' joy was short-lived as James Ward-Prowse converted a penalty to the Saints ahead before Armando Broja sealed the win in second-half stoppage time.