Chelsea continued their dominance of the under-18 scene by demolishing Arsenal 4-0 last night to lift the FA Youth Cup for the fifth straight season.
Chelsea had come from behind to win 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Friday before completing the rout at the Emirates Stadium.
The floodgates then opened after the break as the excellent Callum Hudson-Odoi scored two goals and set up another for substitute Tino Anjorin to bolster the scoreline.
Callum Hudson Odoi celebrates slotting home for Chelsea in the 4-0 win
They are the first team since Manchester United in the 1950s to win five consecutive FA Youth Cup crowns.
Arsenal keeper Joao Virginia denied Castillo and Hudson-Odoi but the latter made no mistake from Daishawn Redan's cross on the counter-attack.
It also underlined Hudson-Odoi's status as one of Chelsea's top prospects, with the 17-year-old forward a constant threat to the Arsenal defence. He added his second goal with another clinical finish, holding off two defenders before slotting a low shot inside the far post.