Man Utd vs Liverpool: Amad's late heroics! Rashford's turnaround seals FA Cup thriller under Ten Hag

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Man Utd vs Liverpool: Amad's late heroics! Rashford's turnaround seals FA Cup thriller under Ten Hag

The young forward snatched an unforgettable 4-3 victory for the Red Devils to book them a trip to Wembley to face Coventry City

Cheap Amad Diallo Football Shirts sent Manchester United to Wembley by scoring the most important goal of his career and settling an epic FA Cup quarter-final tie with Liverpool in the final minute of extra-time at Old Trafford. Amad's last-gasp strike - and his subsequent sending off for taking his shirt off in celebration - provided a fitting end to a whirlwind match in which United played some of their best football of the season, but twice had to chase the game.

Cheap Scott McTominay Football Shirts knocked the ball into an empty net from one yard out to put United deservedly ahead, but Liverpool showed their class by turning the tie on its head in the space of four minutes at the end of the first half, with Alexis Mac Allister levelling with a deflected strike before Cheap Mohamed Salah Football Shirts netted on the rebound after Darwin Nunez's shot was saved.

The Cheap Red Devils Football Shirts stayed in the game and Antony came off the bench to drag the match into extra-time with a late goal. United were again dominant from then on, but again fell behind to a deflected strike, this time from Harvey Elliot in the 105th minute. Marcus Rashford, who had missed a gaping chance to snatch victory in last minute of normal time, lifted himself to pull United level once more.

The fixture looked to be heading to penalties for the first time ever, but Amad had the final say, firing in off the post after a lay off from the outstanding Alejandro Garnacho.

GOAL rates Manchester United's players from Old Trafford...

Goalkeeper & Defence

Andre Onana (5/10):

Made a good save from Diaz but also looked shaky. Unlucky with the deflection for Mac Allister's equaliser but sent Nunez's shot straight to Salah's feet and nearly fumbled a shot from the Uruguayan into the net.

Diogo Dalot (6/10):

Supported the midfield well but struggled to contain Diaz and could have done better against Nunez for the second goal.

Victor Lindelof (5/10):

More comfortable back in the middle of defence than at full-back, but Nunez had the run of him.

Raphael Varane (6/10):

Put himself about and made plenty of timely blocks.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (5/10):

Played his first game for two months and had the daunting task of playing out-of-position against Salah. Didn't look comfortable.

Editors thought the game looked like it would go to penalties for the first time, but Amad had the final say, scoring after standout Alejandro Garnacho stepped out of bounds