England international Callum Hudson-Odoi’s goal was his second of the season and first since 25 September

Callum Hudson-Odoi scored one goal and made another as Chelsea beat Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup third round tie.

The hosts only needed six minutes to score as Hudson-Odoi cut in from the right and shot into the bottom corner.

Forest, fourth in the Championship, were then awarded a penalty but, after a lengthy video assistant referee delay, the decision was reversed.

Chelsea soon had a second goal when Hudson-Odoi’s shot was parried with Ross Barkley scoring from close range.

The Blues, who have won the FA Cup on eight occasions, will find out their fourth-round opponents on Monday and you can watch the draw on BBC One from 19:30 GMT before the Arsenal versus Leeds United match.

Chelsea were playing in a retro kit, without sponsorship or players’ names on, in tribute to their FA Cup winning-team of 1970 – the first time they won the competition. A number of players who played in the success over Leeds were also at Stamford Bridge and went on the pitch at half-time

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