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Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Gary Rowett furious as Cameron Jerome denied penalty and booked for diving

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Gary Rowett furious as Cameron Jerome denied penalty and booked for diving

It was a decade ago this year when Derby County slipped out of the Premier League amid acute embarrassment and a record low points total. And Derby’s hopes of ending that painful exile were damaged on Friday night by a bewildering refereeing decision which left manager Gary Rowett frustrated. After his emerging team were denied by not one, but two Bristol City goalkeepers, referee Darren England took centre stage three minutes from time by booking Cameron Jerome for simulation. Jerome, a Derby substitute, was clearly fouled by City defender Aden Flint in the penalty area yet was punished for diving to complete an excruciating evening for Rowett’s promotion chasers. Frank Fielding prevented Derby from taking the lead in the first half before a groin injury ensured he was replaced by Luke Steele for the second period, with City’s other goalkeeper helping end a run of five successive defeats for his team with two fine saves. But it was the contentious incident in the 87th minute which riled Rowett, though his team remain in second place. Cameron Jerome goes down in the box Credit: AKY SPORTS “It was a stonewall penalty,” he said. “It’s the most obvious spot-kick you’ll see and I’ve seen it three or four times. “When it’s a game that tight, one thing can define the game. The referee didn’t give it, that’s what it is. He didn’t do it on purpose but reality is that’s cost us.  “I am disappointed and I spoke to the referee afterwards. If you showed it 1,000 people, 1,000 would say it was a penalty.” Derby arguably should have secured their ninth win from the last 12 Championship games long before the pivotal moment. Matej Vydra, their leading scorer, forced a fine save from Fielding after a low free-kick from 25 yards and then from the corner Curtis Davies had a header cleared off the line by Flint. Ten minutes before half-time, Jonny Russell struck the crossbar from a set-piece. Lee Johnson, the City manager, was forced into a tactical reshuffle at half-time, bringing on record signing Famara Diédhiou for his first game since October while Fielding, the goalkeeper, was also replaced due to injury. Fielding’s deputy, Steele, produced an excellent save in the 63rd minute to push Tom Lawrence’s fierce shot over the bar. Steele then frustrated Vydra from close range with another instinctive stop as the City defence were caught out by David Nugent’s clever pass. Rowett introduced Jerome for the final 14 minutes and it was Derby’s new £1.5 million signing who provided the late controversy when he collapsed under Flint’s challenge.  Johnson said: “It did look like a penalty but sometimes you get away with those. My initial reaction was that it’s a dive but I’d be upset if one of my players was booked for that. "You could say we were lucky to get away with a point but we worked very hard. It's a good point for us and it stops the mini rot." Team details Derby County (4-2-3-1) Carson; Wisdom, Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Thorne, Huddlestone; Russell, Vydra (Jerome 76), Lawrence (Weimann 76); Nugent (Winnall 76). Subs Mitchell (g), Baird, Pearce, Hanson.  Booked Jerome. Bristol City (4-4-2) Fielding (Steele 46); Wright, Flint, Baker (Diedhiou 46), Magnusson; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Bryan; Paterson, Reid. Subs Kelly, Eliasson, Walsh, Kent, Engvall. Booked Bryan.  Referee Darren England (South Yorkshire). 

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Gary Rowett furious as Cameron Jerome denied penalty and booked for diving

It was a decade ago this year when Derby County slipped out of the Premier League amid acute embarrassment and a record low points total. And Derby’s hopes of ending that painful exile were damaged on Friday night by a bewildering refereeing decision which left manager Gary Rowett frustrated. After his emerging team were denied by not one, but two Bristol City goalkeepers, referee Darren England took centre stage three minutes from time by booking Cameron Jerome for simulation. Jerome, a Derby substitute, was clearly fouled by City defender Aden Flint in the penalty area yet was punished for diving to complete an excruciating evening for Rowett’s promotion chasers. Frank Fielding prevented Derby from taking the lead in the first half before a groin injury ensured he was replaced by Luke Steele for the second period, with City’s other goalkeeper helping end a run of five successive defeats for his team with two fine saves. But it was the contentious incident in the 87th minute which riled Rowett, though his team remain in second place. Cameron Jerome goes down in the box Credit: AKY SPORTS “It was a stonewall penalty,” he said. “It’s the most obvious spot-kick you’ll see and I’ve seen it three or four times. “When it’s a game that tight, one thing can define the game. The referee didn’t give it, that’s what it is. He didn’t do it on purpose but reality is that’s cost us.  “I am disappointed and I spoke to the referee afterwards. If you showed it 1,000 people, 1,000 would say it was a penalty.” Derby arguably should have secured their ninth win from the last 12 Championship games long before the pivotal moment. Matej Vydra, their leading scorer, forced a fine save from Fielding after a low free-kick from 25 yards and then from the corner Curtis Davies had a header cleared off the line by Flint. Ten minutes before half-time, Jonny Russell struck the crossbar from a set-piece. Lee Johnson, the City manager, was forced into a tactical reshuffle at half-time, bringing on record signing Famara Diédhiou for his first game since October while Fielding, the goalkeeper, was also replaced due to injury. Fielding’s deputy, Steele, produced an excellent save in the 63rd minute to push Tom Lawrence’s fierce shot over the bar. Steele then frustrated Vydra from close range with another instinctive stop as the City defence were caught out by David Nugent’s clever pass. Rowett introduced Jerome for the final 14 minutes and it was Derby’s new £1.5 million signing who provided the late controversy when he collapsed under Flint’s challenge.  Johnson said: “It did look like a penalty but sometimes you get away with those. My initial reaction was that it’s a dive but I’d be upset if one of my players was booked for that. "You could say we were lucky to get away with a point but we worked very hard. It's a good point for us and it stops the mini rot." Team details Derby County (4-2-3-1) Carson; Wisdom, Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Thorne, Huddlestone; Russell, Vydra (Jerome 76), Lawrence (Weimann 76); Nugent (Winnall 76). Subs Mitchell (g), Baird, Pearce, Hanson.  Booked Jerome. Bristol City (4-4-2) Fielding (Steele 46); Wright, Flint, Baker (Diedhiou 46), Magnusson; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Bryan; Paterson, Reid. Subs Kelly, Eliasson, Walsh, Kent, Engvall. Booked Bryan.  Referee Darren England (South Yorkshire). 

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Gary Rowett furious as Cameron Jerome denied penalty and booked for diving

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Luke Steele comes off the bench to help clinch point in incident-packed match

It was a decade ago this year when Derby County slipped out of the Premier League amid acute embarrassment and a record low points total.  Optimism is building that Gary Rowett can finally end that painful exile, but Derby’s promotion challenge was frustrated here by not one, but two goalkeepers, and the referee.  Frank Fielding denied Derby in the first half before an injury ­ensured he was replaced by Luke Steele for the second period, with Bristol City’s other goalkeeper helping end a run of five successive defeats for his team.  There was also controversy in the 86th minute as referee Darren England booked substitute Cameron Jerome for diving, when it appeared he had been caught by Aden Flint in the area. It was one of those nights for Rowett, though Derby remain in second place. It was the 4-1 defeat at Ashton Gate in September which proved a pivotal moment for Rowett and his squad. That chastening experience, which was also Bristol City’s biggest victory of the season, prompted clear-the-air talks in Derby’s dressing room and a rethink in strategy. Derby have only lost two league games since.  This felt like a significant night for both clubs and it was the visitors who were the more dangerous in the early exchanges. Lee Johnson will face Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the second leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final on Tuesday, yet automatic promotion in the Championship is still in their sights. Flint’s header was saved by Scott Carson before Jamie Paterson missed the target from eight yards as Derby’s defence dithered.  But Derby improved and Matej Vydra, their leading scorer, forced a fine save from Fielding after a low free-kick from 25 yards. From the corner, Curtis Davies had a header cleared off the line by Flint and, 10 minutes before half-time, Jonny Russell struck the crossbar.  Johnson made a tactical reshuffle at half-time, bringing on record signing Famara Diedhiou for his first game since October while Fielding, the goalkeeper, was also replaced due to injury.  Fielding’s deputy, Steele, produced an excellent save in the 63rd minute to push Tom Lawrence’s fierce shot over the bar. Steele then frustrated Vydra from close range with another instinctive stop as the City defence were caught out by David Nugent’s clever pass.  But Johnson’s tinkering made City far more of an attacking threat and Bobby Reid, the forward, was at the heart of their positive play. In an absorbing contest, Joe Bryan almost found the bottom corner with a volley from outside the area.  Rowett introduced new £1.5 million signing Jerome, Andreas Weimann and Sam Winnall for the final 14 minutes but the two contenders could not be separated. Jerome was also controversially booked late on for an alleged dive in the area, after a challenge from Flint, piling on the frustration for Rowett. Team details Derby County (4-2-3-1) Carson; Wisdom, Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Thorne, Huddlestone; Russell, Vydra (Jerome 76), Lawrence (Weimann 76); Nugent (Winnall 76). Subs Mitchell (g), Baird, Pearce, Hanson.  Booked Jerome. Bristol City (4-4-2) Fielding (Steele 46); Wright, Flint, Baker (Diedhiou 46), Magnusson; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Bryan; Paterson, Reid. Subs Kelly, Eliasson, Walsh, Kent, Engvall. Booked Bryan.  Referee Darren England (South Yorkshire). 

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Luke Steele comes off the bench to help clinch point in incident-packed match

Derby County 0 Bristol City 0: Penalty controversy in goalless draw

Cameron Jerome was denied a penalty for a seemingly clear trip as Derby County were held 0-0 by EFL Cup semi-finalists Bristol City.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, two Chelsea reds, Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks.                           11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

Chelsea spent all evening in search of penalties – and even had two players sent off in demanding them – so it was bitterly ironic that they eventually did prevail, in one of the most extraordinary FA Cup ties of modern-times, from the spot, after extra-time and from a shoot-out. And this was a very modern cup-tie. The spotlight will fall heavily on the VAR – Video Assistant Referee – system. It comes into use for “clear and obvious” errors but that was the only thing clear and obvious in a raucous, chaotic third round replay that was eventually cruel on Norwich City, 13th in the Championship. How and when was the ‘VAR’ system used? No-one could accuse referee Graham Scott of not being decisive as he waved away a series of desperate appeals. He booked Pedro for a ‘dive’. He also booked substitute Alvaro Morata for going over too easily, and he then gave the furious striker a second yellow card for his vehement protests. Adios, senor:  Pedro slumps off after his second yellow Credit: Action Images via Reuters By then Pedro had also received a second booking and was off, for a foul, chopping down Norwich substitute Wes Hoolahan. Scott certainly consulted with the VAR – he was often seen with his finger pressed to his ear – but he also stood his ground. In the technical area Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte was apoplectic – he even drew an imaginary ‘TV’ screen in the air, demanding a referral after one incident (something he is not supposed to do). As did Morata out on the pitch. No shame in this defeat. #ncfc#cfc An incredible moment... part of an incredible effort. pic.twitter.com/iWcGtPhc3M— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 There were four dramatic appeals in extra-time alone but whether any of them should have been given was debatable. And was debated, intensely. Morata said he was pulled to the ground twice, Chelsea appealed for handball against Timm Klose and also argued, perhaps with the greatest justification, although even that was not conclusive, that Willian had been fouled by the same defender. Why? Willian, not unreasonably, was baffled by his yellow Credit: Reuters For the record this was actually Chelsea’s fifth draw in a row – after the 2-2 in the Premier League against Arsenal, then three goalless draws, including the fixture away at Carrow Road that forced this replay. It is the first time Chelsea have recorded such a sequence since 1969 even if that was forgotten as substitute Eden Hazard – who had come on as a fourth substitute, permitted in extra-time, rolled in the decisive spot-kick to win 5-3. Norwich missed just one of theirs, with Chelsea’s reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, saving well from striker Nelson Oliveira, who had played so well, and while the home side created a host of chances then so to did the visitors who showed huge reserves of belief to come back into this tie. Fly Willy: a fine save from Caballero was the difference in the shootout Credit: AFP/Getty They even struck the frame of the goal twice – with Oliveira’s smart shot, with the outside of his boot, clipping the top of the cross-bar in the first-half and then Josh Murphy hugely unfortunate when his half-volley, from a half-clearance, crashed back off the post. Parting shot? Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi, right, scores Credit: AP It had seemed the story would be about Michy Batshuayi who made a rare start, and played poorly. But on his 50th appearance, he claimed his 17th goal for Chelsea as he side-footed high into the net from close-range, connecting with Kenedy’s precise cross. It may be his last for Chelsea, also, for this season at least. There is an expectation that Batshuayi will leave this month – probably on loan, possibly permanently. �� @willy_caballero#CHENORpic.twitter.com/ZmcumFojQC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 One potential destination is West Ham United with Chelsea keen on their striker Andy Carroll and it was interesting to see their manager, David Moyes, among the crowd not least because his side do not play at Stamford Bridge until April. So Moyes was on a scouting mission. It may have been for Batshuayi but he will have been more impressed by a host of Norwich players, especially youngsters James Maddison, who was denied by Caballero with a fine save, Harrison Reed – on loan from Southampton – and Murphy. There was another, 19-year-old defender Jamal Lewis, who struck Norwich’s late, late equalising goal as he ghosted between David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta – who appeared strangely vulnerable – to flick on a header from Klose’s cross and guide the ball past Caballero and into the goal. Incredibly it came in the 94th minute. It was Lewis’ first senior goal. Last gasp: Norwich City's Jamal Lewis (far right) scored after 120 minutes with a brilliant, floated header Credit: Reuters Norwich also had a chance with the final action of the 120 minutes but Caballero clutched on to Klose’s header. If Chelsea had lost it then, the scenes would have been dramatic given one fan had already ran on to the pitch to try and remonstrate with Scott when he waved away Morata’s second penalty appeal after the Spaniard went down after Klose had put his hands on him. Here's front of tomorrow's @EveningNews - you can see what it meant to @AngusGunn01#ncfcpic.twitter.com/iKAw4kg9qJ— Ian Clarke (@IanClarke41) January 17, 2018 In fairness to Chelsea they had also created chances. In the first 10 minutes alone, which seemed a long time ago by the end of this tie, they could have struck three times before Norwich goalkeeper Angus Gunn saved superbly from Danny Drinkwater, diverting his sweeping 30-yard shot onto the cross-bar. Antonio Conte says VAR has to improve if it is to be used. He highlights the decision not to give Willian a penalty and to quickly book him. He questions why no check first before booking. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Gunn, on loan from Manchester City, excelled in extra-time with three more outstanding saves, although Chelsea will class them as misses. Fortunately for the nine-men they made no mistake in the shoot-out, scoring all five of their kicks. 11:05PM Right then Well done Chelsea, hard lines Norwich, who played a full part in one of the most enjoyable matches of the season. Jason Burt's match report will be up presently. From me, Alan Tyers, goodnight. 11:04PM Comedy colossus commiserates Oh well. @NorwichCityFC can hold their head up high. Tremendous performance from everyone. So proud. #OTBC— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 11:03PM Literary legend with an arm round the shoulder Bad luck. But great tenacity and spirit. Very well done.— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) January 17, 2018 11:00PM Ref love I love this ref! #CHELSEA v #NORWICH#FACup— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) January 17, 2018 He was sensational. A bravura performance.  10:59PM Das Gaffer Daniel Farke: “It’s a big disappointment. Some lads have tears in their eyes. I’m proud of them.” #ncfc#cfc— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:59PM Hero of Sydney speaks I have just seen the second red in the Chelsea match. About time a ref took action against a player for mouthing. We tell kids not to question referees. Great to see it in the top flight. More please— Dean Headley (@deanheadley585) January 17, 2018 10:56PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties Danny Drinkwater, Alvaro Morata and Andreas Christensen react after Willian is shown a yellow card for simulation by referee Graham Scott  Credit: Reuters 10:50PM Well played, Norwich Gutted for them, but they should be proud. Enjoyed the benefit of some proper comedy refereeing. You did us proud, boys. ���� #ncfc#cfc City's players go over to thank the travelling support... pic.twitter.com/J5Lbfnf5Qg— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 10:50PM Plenty to debate with the VAR Football is the best. All these billions, all this obsession, all these household names, and nobody really seems to know the actual rules. It's not quantum physics, is it? Anyway. We will enjoy the reaction to this. I’d dish out automatic bookings for making an imaginary television with your fingers to ask for VAR. Less of this.— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) January 17, 2018 10:48PM Sympathies with Oliveira It was not a terrible pen, although it was an inviting height. 10:47PM Hazard doing the post match interview "We have a lot of chances. FA Cup, it is not easy to win a game. We had two red cards. This was not our best game of the season but we gave everything and we finished 9 against 11. "We are happy but also sad because we lost two players today." 10:45PM Chelsea win 5-3 on penalties That is hard lines for Norwich, they gave their all but Chelsea were ruthless with those pens. 10:44PM Hazard steps up.... He's done it It's another super spot kick, low and into the corner, Gunn has no chance. 10:44PM Murphy scores: 4-3 to Chelsea       Nicely done, lad. High into the corner. Class. 10:43PM Kante scores: 4-2 to Chelsea      It's N'Golo Kante next, another magnificent spot kick, no saving that.  Murphy has to score to keep this alive.... 10:43PM Vrancic scores: 3-2 to Chelsea     Short run up, just a little lofted wedge. Nicely done. 10:42PM Azpilicueta scores: 3-1 to Chelsea    He's smashed that hard. Unstoppable. Three great pens for Chelsea. 10:41PM Maddison scores: 2-1 to Chelsea   nicely done by the boy Maddison, slotted low. Azpilicueta.... 10:41PM Luiz scores: 2-0 to Chelsea  David Luiz has absolutely battered that. No chance Gunn. 10:40PM Oliveira's effort is saved! Still 1-0 Chelsea Great save, wasn't a bad pen, huge leap 10:40PM Oliveira steps up for Norwich 10:39PM Willian scores: 1-0 to Chelsea Jitter in the run up, sends him the wrong way. Classy pen from a class player. 10:38PM Willian is the man to start us off Come on Angus Gunn, son of Bryan Gunn. This is your moment. 10:38PM It's the original recipe penalties to me, to you etc. Not that ABBA rubbish. 10:36PM Penalties coming up Conte is shouting at the fourth official. Never mind about that mate, focus on preparing your team for the shootout, no? Coming up... 10:34PM Full time: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's it! We will go to penalties. 10:34PM With time all-but up He has given Norwich a freekick, Chelsea thought they should have had the kick themselves, who knows the truth of it by this stage... the ball is lofted in, Klose with the header... straight at the keeper. 10:33PM Chelsea are down to nine men Graham Scott CBE, as he should be. is producing a magnificent display of refereeing. Chelsea's David Luiz (left) and Norwich City's Nelson Oliveira Credit: PA 10:32PM A THIRD CHELSEA PLAYER IS BOOKED FOR DIVING Oh my God this game is too enjoyable. Morata races into the area, Zimmermann has put his hands on the Chelsea players back, but the referee isn't bothered about that. He books Morata for diving! Morata absolutely loses his mind, and either yells at or puts his hands on the ref. The referee has given him the second yellow and Morata is off too! 10:29PM 2nd half of extra time: 14 mins         Frustration showing for Chelsea. Morata falls over and grabs the ball. Er, no, says the ref. I'll do the refereeing, you just worry about not constantly heading it at the keeper from five feet. I speculate. Anyway, the freekick goes against Chelsea. 10:27PM 2nd half of extra time: 13 mins        Pedro sent off!He's gone in late on Hoolihoolihoolihan and, while it was not a vicious challenge, it is a definite yellow. Adios, Pedro! The Spanish international is trudging off with his second yellow, the first for diving. 10:25PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins       Pinto is coming off, not exactly at the double. Tettey is the man who will replace him. Hug from Das Gaffer. I make it about four minutes plus change. 10:24PM 2nd half of extra time: 11 mins      Zappacosta has time to pick out his cross, he finds Morata, who is totally unmarked, Zimmers has had a shocker and totally misjudged the flight of it. But Morata heads it straight at the keeper! What has happened to Morata this season? Eight in the first nine games, for a total of 13 in 31 10:23PM Logan is correct Admit it neutrals a goal now feel unsatisfactory. We haven’t waited up this late to be denied penalties.#CHENOR#FACup— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) January 17, 2018 as well as not being a night owl, on this evidence. It's not yet half ten, Gabby! 10:22PM 2nd half of extra time: 8 mins     Norwich have a man down, Pinto the skipper, looks like cramp. These Norwich backs have given their last drop.  10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Rare moment of relief for Norwich who break and have a chance to play the ball into the box, but it's young Cantwell who cannot quite get there. 10:21PM 2nd half of extra time: 6 mins    Jamal Lewis is having a stormer, I reckon a few PL teams might fancy this lad. Pacy, fearless, tricky, skillful. He bursts down the left and it takes several to stop him. 10:17PM 2nd half of extra time: 3 mins   Horrible inswinging corner nearly beats Gunn, that would have been cruel. He flaps it away. Constant Chelsea pressure.... ball into the NCFC box... they're claiming handball. Klose slides in, the ball hits him in the hip, by the looks of things. Anyhow no pen. Conte going radio rental on the sideline. 10:16PM 2nd half of extra time: 2 mins  Morata is given it by Willian, spins, shoots - Norwich have to shut these guys down quicker than that. Corner. 10:15PM 2nd half of extra time: 1 mins Chelsea continue to to pour on the pressure. The wronged Willian feeds Zappa, who tries a low cross. Blocked by the admirable Zimmermann. 10:14PM Half time in extra time: Chelsea 1 Norwich City 1 That'll do it. Just to clarify, the VAR folks didn't feel it was a bad enough decision to overturn. Shearer: "a shambles. Slowed down, he still doesn't think that is a penalty?!!" Lineker: "a clear and obvious penalty" Zola: "big time" This appealing for VAR with the TV screen gesture will become very, very annoying.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 17, 2018 10:11PM 14 mins Morata has a chance from close range, parries it and ice-cool Zimmermann heads it back to the keeper. Young Gunn has had a really good match. I used to watch his dad Bryan at Hibs. Yeah, I feel old.  10:10PM 13 mins Willian! Lashes it at the keeper and it's a smart save. 10:09PM 11 mins Norwich are on the front foot for a change, it's Hoolahan who is causing all the problems for the Chelsea backs. Rabona cross, no less! Cleared. 10:07PM ET 9 mins Some bloke called Eden Hazard coming on. I fear for Norwich here. Drinkers is the man coming off. He's been very moderate. 10:05PM 8 mins A rare attack  from NCFC, who have been getting a roasting. It's the kid on debut, Cantwell, pacing it down the left and if he can get a good cross in, there are numbers in the.... ah, shame, Luiz has intercepted the cross. 10:04PM Extra time 6 mins Maddison, with his extra D, chops down Kante. Yellow. 10:02PM Extra time 3 min Klose is sailing klose to the wind here, now he's put his arms around Morata and that player too has gone down in the area. "I've seen them given," says Jermaine Jenas. Interesting hot take. 10:00PM Extra time 1 min He's Pedro, he's slipped the ball to Willian, who is down in the area under challenge from Klose. Credit: BBC The ref blows. It's got to be a penalty, right? No1 He's booked Willian for diving. This is glorious stuff. Totally unfair, poor Willian, that is so out of order. If only there was some system by which they could check if it was a foul or not????? Doesn't seem like they are using VAR. So it stands! Clarification: they used VAR, the ref in the studio or truck or whatever they have told his on-field colleague that there was NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO OVERTURN THE DECISION or words to that effect. An umpire's call, you might say. I think poor Willian should have his yellow overturned at the least. 9:56PM So then! Extra time coming up, 30 minutes thereof, Chelsea must have thought they were home and hosed. But then came Jamal Lewis!! A left wingback by trade, he decided to go and have a go as centre forward, and it paid off. The true magic of the FA Cup ensuring the nation can enjoy this sight live on BBC1 as they tune in for the 10 o’clock news pic.twitter.com/MjdcRFg9XD— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) January 17, 2018 9:54PM Das Gaffer Credit: BBC 9:53PM End of 90 minute: Chelsea 1 Norwich 1 That's just fantastic for Norwich. They have fought like, erm, canaries covered in mustard? Like Delia Smith given a Gordon Ramsay saucepan set? I don't know. Like something anyway. Lovely stuff, Chelsea had numerous opportunities to put them away but they failed, and Norwich have snuck in at the death. 9:52PM GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! NORWICH CITY HAVE DONE IT It's in the last seconds of extra time! It's out on the left, it's a very good cross from big Klose and it's a simply magnificent header from Jamal Lewis, a glorious flicked, arcing header into the corner. Incredible scenes. "Chelsea have only got themselves to blame," says Jermaine Jenas. 9:48PM 90 mins Norwich not going gently into that good night. They battle to win a corner. Comes back out. Maddison drives it in. Repelled again. Into four minutes of injury-time... one last push, boys! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (90) pic.twitter.com/3QWhRIQUgo— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:46PM 88 mins Chelsea really should have wrapped this up. The ball whistles across the area, Morata only has to touch it in but his timing is off. Zappacosta behind him also cannot do the necessary. 9:45PM 87 mins Lovely skills from Pedro, who earlier attempted to cheat a penalty at the expense of a club in the division below, as he drives forward and slides a pass... superbly cut out, in the nick of time, by Klose. 9:43PM 86 mins N'Golo Kante comes on for the last few minutes. Not a bad man to have on the bench, eh? Football is so unfair. Norwich, meanwhile, bring on a fresh-faced kid by the name of T Cantwell, who is making his debut. See previous remark. A big moment for @ToddCantwell_10 as he comes on for his professional debut, replacing Grant Hanley. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (86) pic.twitter.com/4efcongl8z— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:41PM 83 mins Morata's nearly settled this. Drinkwater crosses, the sub heads wide. 9:39PM 81 mins Double Chelsea change on 80 minutes: Batshuayi and Ampadu are replaced by Morata and Christensen. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 9:38PM 79 mins Alas he cannot beat the last man. Or the first man. Wasted free. 9:36PM 78 mins The game was really good for about 15 minutes after Chelsea scored but it's been dull fare for the last ten or so. Norwich still carrying a puncher's chance. They have a freekick here out on the right. Maddison to take. 9:33PM 75 mins Drinkwater is basically a semi-mobile cannon: wheeled into position to launch 30 yard howitzers at the goal. Hasn't done anything else to speak of. Another one blocked. 9:27PM 69 mins That was a harum-scarum few minutes. Willian, one of my favourites in recent seasons, with an electric run down the left, he's a sight in full flow that fellow. He stops on a dime, cuts it back, and there's Danny Drinkwater to rifle a shot over the bar. 9:24PM 64 mins Chelsea are a ropy old unit right now seeing that they cost about £9802398032234 to assemble. Drinkwater gives it away sloppily, Maddison has a crack and Caballero has to look lively for a good save. An unbelievable save from Willy Caballero denies @Madders10! Chelsea deal with the resultant corner. #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (65) pic.twitter.com/mwexHfXXQS— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:22PM 63 mins ... at the other end, Pedro goes down and he absolutely does make a meal of it! A blatant dive, cheating little article, and the ref rightly gives a yellow for diving. Pedro, a cheat Credit: BBC 9:21PM 61 mins Jamal Lewis with a strong run into the area, down under challenge of Zappa but does not make a meal of it. It was not a penalty... 9:18PM 60 mins Norwich are bloody but unbowed, though. Strong response for them. Comedy keeper Caballero dives and is beaten, lucky for him it strikes the post! Ooooh, Josh Murphy. Credit: BBC Close! @joshmurphy65 hits a bouncing ball on the edge of the area and it strikes the post! #ncfc#cfc CFC 1-0 NCFC (61) pic.twitter.com/8zhPkk2Cp0— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 9:17PM Man Hanley Chelsea's Pedro speaks with Norwich City's Grant Hanley Credit: Action Images via Reuters  9:12PM GOAL! Chelsea have done it! Kenedy given too much time down the left wing, he's got an age to pick out his cross, and Norwich (having worked hard) have completely stopped playing here. Very poor. There's my pal Batshuayi to tap it in, really don't know what happened with Norwich there but they went to sleep. Chelsea 1 Norwich 0 (Batshuayi 55)  9:09PM 50 mins And sure enough, Metal Michy has just shoved Zimmermann to the floor. Ref keeps the cards dry. Perhaps he is seduced by Michy's hair, which is pretty. 9:08PM 49 mins Batshuayi looks a candidate for a card to me, losing the rag a bit as he fails to win the ball. 9:04PM 47 mins Norwich are allowed to play the ball around among themselves for a minute or more. They are not going anywhere. 9:02PM 46 mins Okay then. Here we go. 9:01PM Football fwends 8:58PM Dion Dublin's tribute to Cyrille Regis from earlier "Cyrille Regis was my hero" Pure emotion from Dion Dublin �� pic.twitter.com/D1aYorEydm— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 17, 2018 8:47PM Half time: Chelsea 0 Norwich 0 Not a great half. Chelsea were all over the visitors for the first 15 or so and it looked like they would score two or three without any problem. But Norwich defended pretty well, Chelsea looked like what they are: a team of power, smarts and class who lack  a proper striker. Norwich had their moments on the break, as well. Overall you'd still strongly fancy Chelsea, of course, but you never know. 8:46PM 44 mins Kenedy with an incredible bit of skill, kills the dropping ball on the touchline, switches it to his other foot and nutmegs Pinto. Norwich aren't having that, and Reed shoulder barges him to the ground. Kenedy produces an outrageous piece of skill to get past Pinto before Reed unceremoniously brought him down. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Kenedy has a shot a few seconds later, but it is pants. That's him: a frustrating talent. 8:45PM 41 mins Kenedy shoots over. 8:42PM 39 mins Bit of argy and arguably an element of bargy too. Oliveira hauled down Kenedy, who slapped out at him in the least scary way you can imagine. Eubank-Benn it was not. Credit: BBC 8:38PM 37 mins A great ball from Mario Vrancic releases the cantering @joshmurphy65, who sends wide of goal. #ncfc#cfc Better from City! CFC 0-0 NCFC (37) pic.twitter.com/5AcybDhLZF— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 Run down the left wing on the break. Norwich are starting to have a say in this game! Murphy rakes his cross across the area. Oliveira needed to be attacking that more. 8:36PM 35 mins Oliveira is beginning to "have a bigger impact" in the words of Jenas, and here is the solid Norwich striking receiving the ball, spinning, and shooting. 8:33PM 32 mins SO CLOSE! Batshuayi has given the ball away in the comedy style. A no-look pass towards his own penalty area. Oliveira toe-pokes a clever snap shot at goal and it flicks the bar as it goes over! 8:31PM 30 mins Chelsea have a freekick. Willian has won the debate about who should take it.  Credit: BBC1 Everyone wishes they hadn't listened to him. Not least of all Willian. Awful set piece floats into row Z. 8:26PM 25 mins Drinkwater! Spanks  a shot from distance, Gunn leaps and tips it onto the crossbar. 8:25PM 23 mins Batshuayi gets the ball and tries to spin away, runs into Hanley. Looks for, but does not get, a penalty. 8:21PM 19 mins Ball looped to Zappacosta, who controls deliciously and fires a shot deflected behind for a corner. Got a sore crack on the foot as he played the ball. 8:19PM 17 mins Batshuayi onto the ball but he is a bit short on confidence and lays it off ineffectually rather than driving at goal. Specials board: roll up for the FA Cup Third Round Replay between Chelsea and Norwich City at Stamford Bridge Credit: Getty 8:16PM 15 mins Chelsea in near-total control here, feels like it is only a matter of time. Credit: PA 8:15PM 12 mins Luiz has a freekick, central, that he gets over the wall but Gunn is there. Norwich make a quick break - sadly the BBC cameras don't show it, they are instead replaying the Luiz free - Caballero comes racing out of the area, ill-advisedly, and has to tackle Murphy with his feet. A David Luiz free-kick goes straight at @AngusGunn01 before his intelligent kick up-field almost releases @joshmurphy65. #ncfc#cfc CFC 0-0 NCFC (14) pic.twitter.com/uu7ojmkUEt— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 8:11PM 10 mins Lovely pass forward again, perfectly timed ball over the top, Willian is onto it in a flash and he gets his shot away. Wide. 8:10PM 8 mins Get the feeling that Gunn is going to need a nice lie down after this. He's had to pull off a low save at the near post. That leads to another corner. Kenedy's delivery is good again, Luiz muffs the headser but Chelsea get the break of the ball and stabs it not far wide. Norwich getting a seeing-to so far... 8:08PM 7 mins Batshuayi with an excellent run, tees up Kenedy, shot goes for a corner. 8:08PM 6 mins Nice from Willian as he holds it up, slips it to Drinkwater, but Reed has done well to shepherd the Chelsea player, whose shooting angle is always going wide. 8:06PM 4 mins Murphy with a nice run for NCFC and it just needed a tiny bit more composure and clinical eye at the key moment. "As you go down the leagues that's what you miss," says J Jenas. 8:03PM 2 mins Norwich are full of beans, they have got some pace down that right, looking to push Chelsea back.  Luiz plays it to his Mini Me. 8:02PM 1 mins We are off and running here at Stamford B. 7:58PM Nine changes for Chelsea Credit: BBC 7:56PM Documentary on later tonight about racism in football Tonight on @BBCTwo 11.15pm watch the Cyrille Regis tribute screening: 'Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation'. There's been an outpouring of tributes for the football legend after his sad passing. Thoughts are with his family & friends. #RIP#CyrilleRegis@sugarfilmsukpic.twitter.com/m3JcP1BDgO— Clear Cut Pictures (@ClearCutPics) January 17, 2018 7:55PM Lovely tribute to Cyrille Regis Credit: BBC Dion Dublin There was something about Cyrille. We looked at those kind of players and said I want to be like you. He was my hero. I used to try to play like him, hold the ball up like him, score goals. He is the reason I became a footballer. Dion starts tearing up. Poor guy. I've gone a bit as well. Dion seems such a decent bloke. Wor Sir Alan Shearer gives him a sympathetic slap on the thigh. Devastated,Sad,Gutted and totally Shocked by the news that Cyrille Regis has died. He was my ALL TIME footballing hero and idol...... and the main reason why I wanted to be a Centre Forward,just like him! #LEGEND I’m gonna miss you my FRIEND! RIP Big C pic.twitter.com/9VBJ9EcDGs— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) January 15, 2018 7:52PM Fry's in Good luck @NorwichCityFC#ChelseaVNorwichpic.twitter.com/8t5CAaL2eV— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 17, 2018 7:47PM VAR VAR VAR enemy of the poor decision VAR VAR VAR corrector of injustice VAR VAR VAR harbinger of boring and confusing interlude while it all gets figured out Referee Mike prepares to do a VAR Credit: BBC  7:42PM Those teams again Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ampadu, Zappacosta,  Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. Subs:  Kante, Morata, Hazard, Musonda, Christensen, Eduardo, Sterling.  Norwich: Gunn, Hanley, Zimmermann, Klose, Ivo Pinto, Reed,  Vrancic, Lewis, Maddison, Oliveira, Murphy. Subs: Husband,  Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, McGovern, Cantwell. Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)  7:41PM Franco Zola with some lovely football-ese "if you had 11 Azpilicuetas you would win every league in the world to be fair". 7:40PM One of the great lost double acts Big Dion Dublin and Ickle Gianfranco Zola. Zola says that Conte is very highly rated and everyone wants him to come to the national side. Talking about Chelsea's struggles, Dion: "you hear whisperings, training ground bust-ups, bad feeling" 7:39PM Antonio Conte "I think VAR is a good option for football, useful to solve some strange situations, if the referee has made some big mistakes." 7:35PM Mascots Credit: BBC1 7:33PM Norwich might play like this  Credit: BBC1 7:30PM Right then What's Mr Gary Lineker got to say for himself? Credit: BBC 7:27PM Tell you what I hope they don't extend The One Show to fill the airtime. It's a dry old do, The One Show. Just been an interminable segment with some old giffer in a garden. 7:21PM BREAKING NEWS! The match is delayed by 15 minutes due to a defective train on the District Line. Non-Londoners: that's the line that goes to near Stamford Bridge. By the way, the match is on BBC1. 7:13PM What is a VAR? And can it hurt me? Learn more here. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system monitors are in place again tonight. Here's a reminder of how they work... #CHENORpic.twitter.com/AgSvCVa6NP— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:56PM Junior Luiz David's lad: Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea arrives Credit: Getty 6:49PM Chelsea team Chelsea team tonight: Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Ampadu; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Kenedy; Willian, Batshuayi, Pedro. #CHENORpic.twitter.com/dXQbnOAodw— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 Chelsea subs: Eduardo, Christensen, Sterling, Kante, Musonda, Hazard, Morata. #CHENOR— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Norwich team XI �� #ncfc#cfc Subs �� McGovern (GK), Husband, Hoolahan, Stiepermann, Raggett, Tettey, Cantwell. Blog �� https://t.co/q503Y3i6RNpic.twitter.com/xHVoYHnRXn— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 6:48PM Here be the teams On the ball, City. 6:22PM Live blog coming up Hi everyone, Tyers here, It's just gone 6pm and the match is due to start at 7.45pm. So roll up, roll up for the fixture that literally nobody is calling The Chris Sutton Derby. Norwich gamely held the wealthy West Londoners to a 0-0 draw over in Carrow Road ten days or so ago. Can they go again in this visit to the capital? It's been a while since Norwich had any sort of Cup run: they have fallen at this third round stage for four seasons in a row. The Canaries don't tend to let in many goals - only 31 in the Championship this season - and they have four clean sheets out of the last five appearances.  They have won four out of the last five: last time out, they travelled to Bristol City and defeated the conquerors of mighty Manchester United. Obviously quite a task on their hands this evening, but who knows? Searching just now on news wires for advance team news via the search term "Norwich", I came up empty, bar THIS from the South West News Service A motorist who was clocked driving at 90mph with his one-year-old child in the back claimed he was in a hurry - as he needed to change his baby's nappy. The driver was spotted by a traffic cop who recorded him travelling at more than 20mph over the speed limit on the A47 near Norwich. The @EmiratesFACup stage is set. #ncfc#cfcpic.twitter.com/HJipAMeHBG— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 17, 2018 You have to go back to 1993 for the last time Norwich beat Chelsea, thanks to goals from the aforementioned Chris Sutton and the legend that is Cruel Fox. Be great if Norwich could pull something like that off tonight. Team news as to the men who might pull off such a heist coming up soon.

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