Manchester United have booked a place at Wembley after advancing 4-3 on aggregate against strugglers, Hull City.
The Red devils went into the second leg with a 2-0 advantage and was optimistic going into the second leg at the KC Stadium.
Hull City started on a strong foot and took the lead through Tom Huddlestone after thumping home a penalty in the 38th minute.
The goal sparked Hull City on but could not take their chances hence sending the 1-0 lead into halftime. The Tigers couldn’t hold onto their lead as a strike from Paul Pogba, his 7th of the season cancelled out Hull’s opener to level the scores at 1-1 after 66mins of football played.k
But it was Hull City who took the match winning goal through Oumar Niasse to win the game for the Tigers and end Manchester United’s 17th game unbeaten but not to stop the Red devils from reaching Wembley.
Manchester United will play Southampton at Wembley on the last Sunday of February in the finals.