After a dramatic penalty shootout, Manchester United join Manchester City in the final of the FA Cup by defeating Brighton & Hove Albion.

In the rematch of the 1983 final, Erik ten Hag’s team started strong and created better opportunities in the first half. Bruno Fernandes had the best chance for Manchester United, but he missed the goal by a few inches. However, Brighton came back strong in the second half, and David de Gea had to make an excellent save to deny Julio Enciso. Danny Welbeck almost scored a goal against his former club, but his header went over the bar.

United continued to soak up pressure from Brighton, but they soon started attacking again. Sánchez made a great save to deny Antony’s shot from outside the box. In the closing stages of the game, De Gea produced a couple of outstanding saves to keep United in the game.

Extra time was uneventful as both teams failed to create any clear-cut chances. Marcus Rashford came close to scoring with a deflected effort, but Sánchez made a brilliant save. Brighton had a chance to win the game, but Kaoru Mitoma failed to convert.

The game went to penalties, and both teams converted their first five attempts. However, Solly March missed his penalty, and Victor Lindelof scored to send United to the Wembley final, where they will face Manchester City on 3 June.