Manchester United advance to FA Cup semi-finals as Amad Diallo winner downs Liverpool

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The Red Devils emerged victorious in a thrilling 4-3 encounter at Old Trafford.

In the dying moments of extra time, Amad Diallo found the back of the net, propelling Manchester United into the FA Cup semi-finals and dealing a devastating blow to Liverpool’s aspirations of achieving a quadruple.

The Red Devils emerged victorious in a thrilling 4-3 encounter at Old Trafford, which concluded in dramatic fashion.In a nail-biting showdown at Old Trafford, Manchester United emerged triumphant in a captivating 4-3 contest that reached a dramatic climax.

The spotlight was firmly on Old Trafford as these arch rivals collided in a much-anticipated showdown that delivered on its promise, captivating spectators with its fluctuating momentum before reaching a thrilling conclusion.

United gained an early edge courtesy of Scott McTominay, but Liverpool seemed primed to assert control following late first-half goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Mohamed Salah, propelling Jurgen Klopp’s team into a commanding position.

Facing mounting pressure, Erik ten Hag’s squad found it challenging to mount a comeback. However, substitute Antony unexpectedly leveled the score against the flow of the game in the 87th minute.

With the clock ticking down in regular time, Marcus Rashford missed a crucial chance to secure victory in the quarter-final, extending the suspenseful journey into extra time and keeping fans on the edge of their seats.

In a pivotal moment during the 105th minute, Liverpool’s substitute Harvey Elliott delivered a significant setback. However, buoyed by the support of fan Tyson Fury, United regrouped and mounted a spirited comeback.

Rashford leveled the scoreline in the 112th minute, setting the stage for Diallo to secure a thrilling victory with a decisive breakaway goal in the dying moments of extra time, igniting an eruption of joy and celebration throughout Old Trafford.

Following the euphoric celebrations, the 21-year-old found himself facing a red card after being booked for a second time due to the exuberant act of removing his shirt amidst the deafening cheers and jubilation.

In a dramatic turn of events, Chelsea’s Carney Chukwuemeka and Noni Madueke, both substitutes, netted crucial stoppage time goals, securing an exhilarating 4-2 triumph at home against a resilient second-tier opponent, Leicester City, on Sunday. This victory also propelled Chelsea into the FA Cup semi-finals.

Yesterday, Manchester City and Coventry City F.C secured victories to advance to the semi-finals. Pep Guardiola’s squad secured a 2-0 win over Newcastle, while Coventry narrowly overcame Wolves with a 3-2 triumph.

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