Can Manchester United win the 2016 FA Cup

United lets out the party beast

Big train station at the FA Cup Final at London's Wembley! Crystal Palace goes a little happily through Jason Puncheon in the front (78th), but Manchester United replies immediately through Juan Mata (81st). Jesse Lingard slams the ball in extra time with a dream goal to win the cup (111th). The Red Devils bring the game 2-1 after extra time home.

Crystal Palace - Manchester United 1: 2 (0: 0, 1: 1) n.V.

Gates: 1: 0 Puncheon (78th), 1: 1 Mata (81.), 1: 2 Lingard (111.)

Yellow Red: Chris Smalling (105th / Manchester)

Short sampling phase at the beginning, then full steam and hectic on both sides! The first big chance was created by the favorite from Manchester: Juan Mata, who happened to get the pill half right from eight meters, failed with his attempt at Wayne Hennesy (21st). Marouane Fellaini missed the next good opportunity a little later with a header (26th).

Palace then tried to achieve success with offensive appetizers before Anthony Martial could not accommodate the biggest chance in half one after a presentation by Marcus Rashford (33.).

United came out of the break with a double hi-wake: Fellaini torched the play equipment after Valencia-Assist on the crossbar - Palace in luck (52nd)! A short time later, Valencia crossed from the right into the box, Martial headed the cross against the left post (61st).

Lingard to victory with a dream volley

After 78 minutes, the shock for Louis van Gaal's troops: Jason Puncheon processed a cross from Joel Ward from 25 meters formidably and sank the ball in the short corner! But the joy did not last long: After an incredible solo, Wayne Rooney crossed the ball in the middle, where Fellaini put down for Mata, who hammered the ball into the net to equalize (81st). Crazy gameplay and extra time!

Palace put a lot of pressure on the accelerator in the extension! But Manchester took care of the wild scenes. First, Chris Smalling sacrificed himself for the team with a tactical foul, flew off the field with yellow and red (105th). Then came the hour of Jesse Lingard: With a dream volley, the Briton welded the leather to the cup victory in the corner (111th).

With this, Louis van Gaal wins his first title with the Red Devils. But is that enough? Various media are already reporting that Jose Mourinho will be the new coach of the Red Devils.

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