Appearing in their third FA Cup Final in seven years, Chelsea were intent on repeating their success of 1997.
In this, the last ever FA Cup Final to be played beneath the presence of the Twin Towers, it was truly a Blue day. Roberto Di Matteo proved to be Chelsea's Wembley Hero for the second time, when he rifled the ball home from two yards, but the image of the Chelsea skipper Dennis wise and his newborn son receiving the trophy will go down in Wembley history.
The DVD also includes The Road To Wembley
From Boothferry Park to Wembley Stadium. The Road To Wembley produced many highlights in the season that Chelsea's FA Cup dream was achieved for the third time in their illustrious history. A hat-trick from Gustavo Poyet in the third round, a bruising encounter with Leicester in the fifth and who could forget Roberto Di Matteo's second Wembley Cup Final goal.
Incredibly, there more - the FA Charity Shield 2000 - Chelsea v Manchester United
The traditional curtain raiser to the domestic season offered FA Cup Winners Chelsea a chance to lock horns with the Premier League Champions Manchester United. Intent on sending out a message to the rest of the League, the Blue's were once again throwing themselves into the hat for Championship contention. A goal in each half proved to be enough as Chelsea collected the trophy for the second time in their history.
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