Huddersfield Town suffered a 6-1 FA Youth Cup defeat by Chelsea for the second season running.

The holders were simply too hot to handle in the third-round tie played at Aldershot.

Two down at half-time, skipper Jamie Spencer provided hope for Town when he headed home from Jack Boyle’s 54th-minute corner.

But Chelsea restored their two-goal advantage in the 63rd minute, then notched three in the final 10 minutes.

With head coach David Wagner watching on, Town conceded just three minutes in.

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Tammy Abraham, who scored twice in last season’s fourth-round clash, headed in from Jay Dasilva’s cross.

With normal keeper Tadhg Ryan overage for the Youth Cup, Town had Jake Turner, borrowed from Bolton Wanderers, between the posts.

He made a couple of good saves, but was beaten in the 33rd minute, again by an Abraham header from a Dasilva cross.

Dasilva’s pressure forced Jacob Hanson to concede an own goal after Spencer’s strike.

Chelsea took full control and Ike Ugbo tapped home from close range after Abraham hit a post.

Then, in stoppage time, Ugbo’s fellow substitute Dujon Sterling notched before Abraham completed his hat trick.

Town take on Bolton in a Professional Development League II game at PPG Canalside on Saturday (11.00).

The Under 21s face Barnsley at the John Smith’s Stadium on Monday (1.00).