Manchester United win the dramatic semi-final on penalties

Manchester United - Coventry

Manchester United have qualified for the FA Cup final.

With a penalty (4:3) defeated Coventry in one of the most dramatic semi-finals in the history of the FA Cup.

Coventry - United is decided by penalties

The match between Coventry and Manchester United will be decided by penalties.

In the two continuations of 15 minutes, no goals were scored. In fact, Coventry scored in the 120th minute for 4:3, but the goal was canceled for offside, after the VAR review.

This is being rated as one of the most dramatic semi-finals in FA Cup history.

Coventry shocks Manchester United, 3:3 after 90 minutes

Manchester United were leading 3-0 but have not qualified for the FA Cup final after regular time.

Coventry, competing in the English second division, scored three goals to level the score at 3:3 in the FA Cup semi-final match taking place at Wembley.

Scott McTominay, Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes scored for United. Ellis Simms in the 71st minute, Callum O'Hara in the 79th minute and Haji Wright, from the penalty spot in the 95th minute, scored for Coventry's remarkable comeback.

The finalist is determined with two overtimes of 15 minutes each.