#Emmlaw PHOTOS: Chelsea 4 Brentford 0: Lampard enters history books as Blues’ top FA Cup scorer

Chelsea needed almost an hour to break the deadlock against Brentford in their FA Cup fourth round replay but once Juan Mata had found the net, the result was never in doubt.

The Spaniard fired home from 20 yards to break the League One side’s resistance and Oscar doubled Chelsea’s advantage with a delightful backheel.

Frank Lampard added a third with his 199th goal for the club and John Terry completed the scoring with a back-post header as Chelsea set up a fifth round meeting at Middlesbrough on Wednesday week.
Pulling the trigger: Juan Mata shoots to score Chelsea's opening goal against Brentford

Pulling the trigger: Juan Mata shoots to score Chelsea’s opening goal against Brentford

On their way: Mata's goal broke Brentford's brave resistance at Stamford Bridge

On their way: Mata’s goal broke Brentford’s brave resistance at Stamford Bridge

 

 
 
Cheeky: Oscar (right) shoots and scores his goal with a back flick against Brentford and celebrates (below)

Cheeky: Oscar (right) shoots and scores his goal with a back flick against Brentford and celebrates (below)

 
Chelsea's Oscar celebrates his goal

 

 
 
Record breaker: Frank Lampard is now Chelsea's top scorer in the FA Cup

Record breaker: Frank Lampard is now Chelsea’s top scorer in the FA Cup

Getting closer: Frank Lampard peels away after scoring his 199th goal for Chelsea

Getting closer: Frank Lampard peels away after scoring his 199th goal for Chelsea

 
Finishing touch: John Terry heads home at the far post to complete the scoring

Finishing touch: John Terry heads home at the far post to complete the scoring

 

 
John Terry
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