FA Cup Final – Man City vs Man United as this is the first time an all-Manchester FA Cup final happening.
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Man City cruised past Championship side Sheffield United in the 3-0 win at the first semi-final.
It was a struggling first half as the Blues were held off for the first 41 minutes before a penalty was awarded for a foul on Bernardo Silva.
Riyad Mahrez tucked the spot-kick home and went on to complete a hat-trick at Wembley. The Algerian marked history as he became the first City player to ever registered Wembley hat-trick.
Pep Guaridola, who rested almost half of his key players, was delighted as they ended a run of three successive semi-final defeats.
Pep’s side are the first team since 1966 to reach the men’s final without conceding a single goal.
Meanwhile, Erik Ten Hag’s side were not having an easy game as it had been expected against Brighton.
Red Devils needed Victor Lindelof’s final spot-kick to beat Brighton on the second FA Cup semif-final, after the two failed to score in two halves.
The only player failed to score in the shoot-out was Brighton’s Solly March, who burst into tears after the game ended.
Man United now equal Arsenal for most FA Cup final appearances (21).
Where and When
Manchester United will face rivals Manchester City on June 3rd at Wembley.
City won the famous old competition once before, when they defeated Watford in the 2018/19 final.
With the Premier League set to finish on Sunday 28 May, this will be the final domestic fixture in the 2022/23 calendar.