Wolves Rewarded for Humbling Man United

Wolves were rewarded for their impressive victory over Manchester United at Molineux with a last-four showdown with Watford at Wembley.

Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota struck in the second half to lead the Midlands club to their first semi-final for 21 years.

Watford defeated Crystal Palace in all Premier League clash on Saturday, with Andre Gray scoring a later winner for the Hornets.

Manchester City will as well face Brighton in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley Stadium next month.

FA Cup draw: Man City lands Brighton in semis

Background information about the semi-finalists

  • Brighton have won eight of their last nine penalty shootouts in all competitions, winning each of the last three in the FA Cup.
  • Brighton have qualified for the FA Cup semi-final for just the second time in their history – previously doing so in 1983 when they finished as runners-up.
  • Wolves have won each of their last three meetings with Watford in the FA Cup, most recently doing so in January 2008 (4-1 in the fourth round).
  • This will be the first meeting between Brighton and Man City in the FA Cup since January 1983, when the Seagulls won a fourth-round tie en route to the final.

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