Eagle-eyed Chelsea fans have spotted that Billy Gilmour was left speechless after teammate Christian Pulisic pulled off a sublime piece of skill against Sheffield United on Sunday.
Goals from Oliver Norwood and Hakim Ziyech sealed a 2-0 victory for the Blues in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.
Pulisic was awarded man of the match for a brilliant performance, but he also caught Chelsea fans' attention for one particular moment.
The 22-year-old American winger breezed his way past Enda Stevens with some fancy footwork.
But Pulisic was unable to finish off the move as his shot went straight at Sheffield shot-stopper Aaron Ramsdale.
Nonetheless, Gilmour had his arms raised in the air as he watched Stevens being caught out by Pulisic's fine skill.
Speaking after the 2-0 win, Pulisic insisted that Sheffield "didn't make it easy on us" as Chelsea punched their ticket to the FA Cup semi-finals.
The former Borussia Dortmund star said: "They are a good defensive side as well.
"I had a few chances myself that I could have done better with, but in the end, we got the two goals.
"It was a good result. We have a confident bunch of guys and when you go on a streak like this you feel good, you feel like we can beat anyone, so it is a good feeling.
"They didn't make it easy on us. We knew they had quality and we had to suffer a bit in the second half, but it was another clean sheet and a good performance.
"We knew it was going to be uncomfortable with a bit of pressure but we had to be strong and defend, so in the end I was happy."
Chelsea will now travel to Wembley next month for their FA Cup semi-final showdown with Manchester City.
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