United weather Spurs storm to reach FA Cup final

United weather Spurs storm to reach FA Cup final

Manchester United have qualified for the final of the 2017/18 English FA Cup after coming back from a goal down to beat Tottenham 2-1 in the semi final on Saturday evening, April 21.

The defeat was Tottenham's eighth successive failure in the FA Cup semi-finals.

The Red Devils showed brilliant determination to bounce back after Dele Alli had given Spurs the lead after just 11 minutes.

But Alexis Sanchez levelled in the 24th minute and Ander Herrera struck the victor in the second half.

He said: "I was really happy and pleased. I think the boys are growing up and it was two very good performances this week, using nearly every player of the squad in these two matches and I think everybody as a group is very happy to go back to Manchester with a place in the final".

But having "home advantage" by playing at Wembley, Pochettino added: "No because we are in a different changing room, we share stadium 50-50 with fans". At the centre of this was Herrera.

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Jose Mourinho hit out at Manchester United's critics after they booked their place in the FA Cup final. "I think he's getting stronger, he seems to have that extra yard of pace and his finishing, he shoots from everywhere and more often than not they go in". Even though they were second placed, the gulf between the two teams was significant enough for City to claim the title with five games to go. "We need to think, move on, finish the season and try to finish in the top four".

"They were better than us, they scored, and we had a bit where we lost control in midfield". "We want to win trophies, we have the staff that want to win".

Liverpool was in control with 18 minutes remaining thanks to Danny Ings scoring his first goal in 930 days and Mohamed Salah's Premier League record-equaling 31st of the season.

"We can't keep doing this".

As Jose Mourinho looks to reinforce his squad for a Premier League title challenge next season, Manchester United have selected a Premier League starlet as their next target. I think he was not good against West Bromwich Albion and again I think he was phenomenal against Bournemouth.