City book Wembley return
Manchester City fans have happy memories of Wembley - arriving at their FA Cup semi-final having won on their last three visits.
Samir Nasri bundled his way through Chelsea's defence to put Man City 1-0 up.
Having scored the winner in the Manchester derby, Sergio Aguero netted another crucial goal, making it 2-0 at Wembley.
Demba Ba's acrobatic goal gave Chelsea hope of a comeback and they threw the kitchen sink at City in the final 20 minutes.
Fernando Torres was unlucky not to be awarded a penalty as Vincent Kompany brought him down but City hung on to book a final against Wigan.
Man Utd took the chance to restore their 15-point lead at the top of the Premier League, Michael Carrick netting the opener at Stoke.
Wayne Rooney impressed against Stoke, playing in a deeper midfield role.
Robin van Persie ended a lean spell of more than 12 hours without a goal, adding Man Utd's all important second.
Paolo Di Canio celebrates watching his Sunderland take the lead against Newcastle in the Tyne-Wear derby.
Adam Johnson doubled the Wearsiders' lead against a Newcastle side suffering a Europa League hangover.
Sunderland's players and fans were in jubilant mood after David Vaughan's strike gave them a first win at St James' Park in 13 years.