On Sunday, Manchester United qualified for the FA Cup final by defeating a tenacious Brighton team 6-5 on postgame penalties following a 0-0 tie in extra time.

In the first half, the Seagulls had numerous chances to take the lead, but they could not capitalize. Soon after the break, Paraguayan sensation Julio Enciso forced David de Gea to make his first noteworthy save, while Solly March was denied immediately after.

United also had their moments, with Marcus Rashford having United’s best chance of the game, but Robert Sanchez stood strong to deny him.

While Manchester United scored their penalty kicks through Casemiro, Dalot, Sancho, Rashford, and Sabitzer, Brigton scored through Mac Allister, Gross, Undav, Estupinan, and Dunk during the penalty kicks. The sixth penalty for Brighton was converted by Webster, and Weghorst immediately stepped up to score the next one for United. March then took the penalty shot, sending it well over the crossbar, giving Lindelof a chance to seal the victory.


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