2021-2022 FA Cup Quarterfinal Draw Results: Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City Don’t See Each Other


LONDON – The draw for the 2021-2022 FA Cup quarter-finals has been announced. Big teams, like Liverpool , Chelsea and Manchester City , don’t see each other in this phase.

Man City ensured themselves to the next round after leaving Peterborogh in tatters. A star-studded squad with tactician Josep Guardiola, Man City won convincingly with a score of 2-0.

Then, Crystal Palace escaped with difficulty at home. The reason, Stoke City was able to provide fierce resistance. Luckily, Jairo Riedewald’s late goal in the 82nd minute was able to ensure a 2-1 victory.

Furthermore, Chelsea and Liverpool also managed to secure the next ticket through a difficult match. They have to work hard to achieve victory.

Chelsea was blocked by Luton Town which is the home team. The duo of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner was able to be the key to Chelsea’s 3-2 win over the hosts.

Surprisingly, Tottenham Hotspurs and West Ham United had to fall in the last 16. Tottenham lost to the team that knocked out Manchester United, Middelsbrough, and West Ham failed to crush Southampton’s fierceness.

Then, how the draw for the FA Cup quarter-finals? Here’s the review.

Crystal Palace will face Everton. Then, Liverpool will have to wait for the results of the Nottingham Forest vs Huddersfield clash. Because, the match will only be played on Tuesday 8 March 2022,

Meanwhile, Chelsea will face a dark horse team in this event. Yes, they have to be careful because they will be against Middlesbrough who have already toppled Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs.

Then, Man City also got an opponent that cannot be taken lightly. Kevin De Bruyne and his friends will face Southampton, who is currently knitting hegemony and sitting in ninth position in the standings.

The following is the draw for the 2021-2022 FA Cup quarter-finals :

Crystal Palace vs Everton

Notting Forest winner vs Huddersfield vs Liverpool

Middlesbrough vs Chelsea

Southampton vs Manchester City