United beat Brighton on penalties and there will be a Manchester derby in the FA Cup final


Manchester United beat Brighton this Sunday in the penalty shootout of their FA Cup semifinal match (0-0, 7-6 on penalties), held at Wembley, and has achieved a pass to the final, where he will face the derby against Manchester City.

The ‘red devils’, who three days ago were eliminated from the Europa League after falling at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán against Sevilla (3-0), avoided another debacle in a game that had to be decided from the fateful point after finishing 0-0 in regulation time.

With the first six footballers of each team hitting their shots, the ‘seagulls’ midfielder Solly March missed the seventh and Victor Lindelof was in charge of scoring his to put Erik ten Hag’s men in the final.

In this way, United will try to win their second title of the season, after the Carabao Cup, in the final on June 3, where they will meet a City that also fulfilled their duel in the ‘semis’ against Sheffield United (3-0).