The players were extra propelled by the way that the Red Devils had crushed them multiple times before this season.
The arrangement was to begin the two parts unequivocally and make it hard for their headliners.
In the second half, it turned out to be liberally as Mount scored the game's conclusive goal.
"It's imperative to begin quick against a group like United in light of the fact that they have hazardous players," the 21-year-old told the Blues' authentic site. "You have to begin sharp, jump on the front foot and attempt to squeeze high.
"We did that and made it hard for them. We began the main half well indeed and that clearly helped us to in the end get the goal and afterward moving into the second half, we began solid once more.
"It was a huge success for us," Mount included. "We knew how large the game was coming into it and we realized we were facing a solid group that had beaten us multiple times this season as of now.
"I think we came into the game with the additional inspiration that we had something to demonstrate and we expected to get one over on them and that unquestionably had a major impact in it."
Artisan Mount was the scorer of the second goal in a 3-1 win over Man United, only 46 seconds after the beginning of the second half.
In the last game, Chelsea will confront Arsenal, who crushed Man City 2-0 in the subsequent elimination round.
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