BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, “There is a different between playing to win and being hungry to win. i told them we are coming for the win to shut them up for once, and that’s what we did today” Erik ten Hag praises players on the performance against Liverpool as they won to qualify for the semifinals. Manchester united trash liverpool to put them in their place.


Manchester United supporters are overjoyed following their team’s exhilarating 4-3 victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup quarterfinals at Old Trafford on Sunday (March 17), securing a spot in the semifinals. In a thrilling encounter between two Premier League giants, Scott McTominay gave United an early lead in the 10th minute. However, Liverpool mounted a swift response, with goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Mohamed Salah just before halftime, granting them the lead at the interval.

Just when it seemed that Jurgen Klopp’s squad had done enough to secure the victory, Antony leveled the score three minutes from full time, forcing the match into extra time. Liverpool briefly regained the lead through Harvey Elliott in the 105th minute, but Marcus Rashford equalized to make it 3-3 before Amad Diallo’s stoppage-time winner ignited jubilant celebrations among United supporters. Understandably, fans were ecstatic to thwart their arch-rivals’ hopes of a potential quadruple, as one supporter expressed on social media: “Well done boys. We own Liverpool.” Another added humorously, “That was an ‘Amad’ ending to the game.”

With this triumph, Manchester United extended their lead over Liverpool in FA Cup encounters to 11-4. Their next challenge awaits in the form of Championship side Coventry City in the semifinals on April 20.

Despite enduring a turbulent season with 16 losses across various competitions, Manchester United delivered a stellar performance against their perennial rivals when it mattered most, edging closer to their 13th FA Cup title and first in nearly a decade under the guidance of manager Erik ten Hag. Understandably, the boss lauded his team’s performance, particularly highlighting their strong start to the match, stating in an interview with ITV (via BBC): “The first 30 minutes was the best of our whole season. We were cohesive as a team, but then we allowed gaps between the lines, which you can’t afford against one of Europe’s top teams. They outplayed us. However, we made tactical adjustments, took risks, and the players were outstanding. Their attitude was commendable, displaying a strong belief in winning the game.”

Looking ahead, Manchester United’s next fixture is against Brentford in the Premier League on March 30, where they aim to carry the momentum from their FA Cup triumph and continue their pursuit of success in domestic competitions.

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