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Wolverhampton Wanderers - Manchester United
The Emirates FA Cup - 16 March 2019
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FT: Wolves 2-1 Man United. Jimenez and Jota send Wolves into the semi finals for the first time since 1998. Rashford's goal came far too late for the visitors, who lacked a cutting edge.
- GoalMarcus RashfordManchester United
GOAL! Rashford drills a low shot into the corner when he spins on to Shaw's cut back from the left. It's surely too little, too late though.
- OffRaúl JiménezWolverhampton Wanderers
- OnHélder CostaWolverhampton Wanderers
WOLVES CHANGE: Costa on for Jimenez.
- Yellow cardDiogo DalotManchester United
Five minutes added.
Wolves are almost there. Is this the worst performance United have put in under Ole?
- OffDiogo JotaWolverhampton Wanderers
- OnAdama TraoréWolverhampton Wanderers
WOLVES CHANGE: Traore on for Jota.
- OffJesse LingardManchester United
- OnScott McTominayManchester United
UNITED CHANGE: McTominay on for Lingard.
- OffNemanja MaticManchester United
- OnJuan MataManchester United
UNITED CHANGE: Matic off, Mata on.
- Yellow cardConor CoadyWolverhampton Wanderers
Coady booked for blocking off the run of Rashford.
VIDEO: Jota makes it two.
It was the right call to give a yellow for that - but it took almost two minutes to come to that decision. Still far too long.
VAR OVERTURNS RED CARD! Lindelof is shown a straight red for sliding into a challenge on Jota. It's referred to VAR and it's downgraded to a yellow.
Wolves have their tails up. Neves looks to get in on the act but sees his long-range attempt flash wide.
United are all at sea here - Wolves have set sail for the semis!
- GoalDiogo JotaWolverhampton Wanderers
GOAL! It's two! Jota drives at Shaw as Wolves break from a United corner. He powers beyond the United left back and fires a low effort beyond Romero at his near post.
Time running out for Ole and Co - but he and United do enjoy a bit of late drama, don't they?
Pereira takes aim from 25 yards but arrows his low drive a yard or two wide of Ruddy's right-hand post.
United look to respond straight away but Pereira sees his cross-shot from a left-wing free kick deflect to safety.
- OffAnder HerreraManchester United
- OnAndreas PereiraManchester United
MAN UNITED CHANGE: Pereira on for Herrera.
- GoalRaúl JiménezWolverhampton Wanderers
GOAL! Moutinho wriggles past three into the penalty area from the left and feeds it into Jimenez. The forward seems to have missed his chance to shoot, but twists and battles for it before firing a low shot beyond Romero.
Rashford slams a free kick on the left into the mix, but Lindelof can't get enough purchase on it. Wolves survive.
- Yellow cardAnder HerreraManchester United
Herrera booked for a late lunge on Jota.
Moutinho curves a 25-yard effort towards the top corner, but sees his strike tipped over by Romero. Wolves on top at present.
The noise is rising inside Molineux. Wolves have had the better chances in this very tight encounter.
WHAT A SAVE! Jimenez meets a right-wing corner but sees his bullet header tipped on to the crossbar by Romero.
- Yellow cardMarcus RashfordManchester United
Rashford is booked and he will miss the semi final through suspension if United get through.
Jimenez takes a pass from the left away from a defender before being pressured by Shaw as he thunders a shot over the top from 25 yards out.
United are quick out of the traps and almost snare the lead. Rashford charges on to a loose ball in the midfield and bursts beyond Coady before seeing a shot from the right side of the area flash wide of the near post.
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KICK OFF! Wolves restart the contest.
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HT: Wolves 0-0 Man United.
- Yellow cardNemanja MaticManchester United
Matic booked for fouling Jimenez as he looked to break.
- Yellow cardRúben NevesWolverhampton Wanderers
Neves booked as Pogba is again the man hauled to the deck.
SAVE! Romero flies off his line and makes a crucial stop to deny Jota after Smalling's error in the midfield had allowed Neves the chance to send him clear.
- Yellow cardWilly BolyWolverhampton Wanderers
Boly booked for taking down Pogba.
But some others think differently... Football - it's all about opinion! United's players certainly appealed more for this one.
Was the arm closer to the body in this instance? PSG deja vu, but not a penalty for me....
Dalot picks up a loose header clear and drills a shot towards goal that appears to hit Jonny's arm. It deflects behind and United scream for a penalty. The referee isn't fazed and replays suggest it would have been a harsh award.
A number of Wolves bodies tumble to the floor from the resulting corner, but the referee isn't interested and Pogba heads to safety.
Jimenez earns Wolves another corner on the right. The hosts' best moments in attack have come down that side.
Ironic cheers from the crowd as Rashford sees a long-range attempt fly well wide of target.
Jota meets Doherty's ball in from the right, but can only skew a shot into the floor and straight at Romero.
Wolves work a right-wing corner to Neves 25 yards out and he shows super technique to connect with a first-time shot that Romero gets down well to smother.
Rashford surges into space on the4 right and wastes little time looking for Martial in the middle. Coady reads his intentions and is well placed to hook it behind.
This has been a disappointing spectacle so far.
DID YOU KNOW? Wolves are competing in their first quarter final since 2003 when they were beaten 2-0 by Southampton. The last time they triumphed at this stage of the competition was in 1998.
Signs that Wolves are beginning to come more and more into the contest after United pretty much kept them penned in their own half for the first 15 minutes or so.
Jota arcs a tempting ball in from the right towards Jimenez, who can't quite grow enough to convert on the stretch.
A short-corner routine sees the ball delivered to Saiss at the back stick, but his header across goal can't find Jimenez.
A decent passage of play for the hosts ends with Moutinho seeing a speculative effort from 25 yards smack off a defender's head. Wolves keep the pressure on and win a corner on the right.
The pattern continues. United with all of the ball.
Rashford decides to mix it up and lets fly with a 35-yarder that Ruddy is more than equal to.
We finally have an attempt of any note, but Pogba curves a few yards wide from the right edge of the Wolves box.
STAT: Man Utd have won 17 and lost just two of their last 20 FA Cup matches in the past four years.
Plenty of early possession for United.
Wolves look content to remain organised and look to counter when the chance presents itself.
HIGH FIVE? Solskjaer is aiming for a fifth straight away-day FA Cup win as a manager. He triumphed twice on the road with Cardiff in 2013-14 and twice this term with United.
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KICK OFF! Man United get this cup tie up and running.
MAGNIFICENT SEVEN: United's seven goals in the competition so far have been shared around. Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Ander Herrera, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez have all notched once.
DYNAMIC DOHERTY: Matt Doherty has had a hand in five FA Cup goals this term, scoring three and assisting two. That was more than any other player left in the competition coming into this weekend's fixtures.
DID YOU KNOW? The very first showdown between the teams was back in 1892 when United - then known as Newton Heath - thumped Wolves 10-1!
In the FA Cup, United have won four of the eight clashes with Wolves picking up two victories. The sides have locked horns at this stage of the competition on three other occasions. The Red Devils won 5-3 at Molineux in 1965 and 3-2 in a replay in 1976 after the first clash at Old Trafford had ended 1-1.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer:"Last season you were impressed with them (Wolves) to go through the Championship as they did convincingly. They had a clear plan - didn't get Championship players in, [but] players above the Championship level - and you can see that now, in seventh, they trust their own way of playing."
Nuno Espirito Santo: "It is the biggest game for the club for some time, we are aware of that. There is a lot of hard work ahead to repeat what happened in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. It was easier back then."
Man City have just hit back from 2-0 down to edge out Swansea and reach the last four. Pep Guardiola's champions follow Watford into Sunday's draw. They will be joined by either Wolves or Man United and Millwall or Brighton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opts for four changes to the side that lost his first league game in charge at Arsenal. Sergio Romero replaces David De Gea between the sticks, with Ander Herrera, Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard also included from the off.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - WOLVES: Ruddy, Coady, Boly, Jonny, Doherty, Neves, Dendoncker, Saiss, Moutinho, Jota, Jimenez... Subs: Norris, Bennett, Cavaleiro, Costa, Gibbs-White, Vinagre, Adama. /// MAN UNITED: Romero, Dalot, Lindelof, Smalling, Shaw, Herrera, Matic, Pogba, Lingard, Rashford, Martial... Subs: De Gea, Jones, Rojo, Perreira, Fred, McTominay, Mata.
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