Man United Survive Coventry City Scare to reach FA Cup Final

Manchester United blew a 3-0 lead and needed a last-gasp winner from Championship side Coventry to be overturned but scraped into the FA Cup final with a 4-2 penalty shootout victory, where they will once again meet Manchester City.
Their celebrations when Rasmus Hojlund scored the crucial penalty were fuelled by relief after an astonishing and woeful collapse had almost cost them.
Perhaps this was Erik ten Hag's 'Mark Robins moment' - the Coventry boss saved the job of Sir Alex Ferguson with a winner in this competition in 1990. Hojlund's spot-kick may have saved Ten Hag - but the fightback from Robins' side exposed all the flaws of the Dutchman's tenure.
Coventry pulled off a similar late show against Wolves in the quarter-finals. But this was a horror show from United who hit the panic button when Ellis Simms pulled one back with 19 minutes to play.
It had all been so comfortable until then, with Scott McTominay, Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes putting United into a seemingly unassailable position. But with a centre-back injury crisis compounding a vulnerability and openness in United's play Coventry capitalised.