Torres ends drought as Chelsea reaches semifinals


LONDON (AP) -- Fernando Torres ended a 25-hour goal drought by scoring twice for Chelsea in a 5-2 victory over Leicester on Sunday to guide his team into the FA Cup semifinals.

The Spain striker had failed to score for Chelsea since October until he found the net in the 67th minute, and he added another goal in the 85th at Stamford Bridge.

Gary Cahill opened the scoring with a 12th-minute header. He marked his first Chelsea goal by unveiling a "Pray 4 Muamba" T-shirt in tribute to his former Bolton teammate, who is in intense care after going into cardiac arrest and collapsing in Saturday's abandoned match at Tottenham.

Salomon Kalou doubled Chelsea's lead in the 17th with a neat finish, and Raul Meireles rounded off the win in the 90th.