Everton v Manchester United, 23 April 2016

Score2-1 to Manchester United
RefereeAnthony Taylor
CompetitionFA Cup Semi-final
VenueWembley Stadium
Attendance86,064
This was the third FA Cup Semi-final between the sides. Colin Harvey gave Everton a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers' Burnden Park on this day in 1966. The Toffees also went through on penalties after a 0-0 draw at Wembley in 2009. Kick-off: 5.15pm.

Goals:

Chris Smalling own goal 75 OG

Goals:

Marouane Fellaini 34 G
Anthony Martial 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Joel Robles
Defender John Stones
Defender/Midfielder Phil Jagielka
Defender/Left back Leighton Baines
Midfielder Ross Barkley
Midfielder Muhamed Bešić
Midfielder Tom Cleverley
Midfielder Darron Gibson
Midfielder Aaron Lennon
Midfielder James McCarthy
Forward Romelu Lukaku

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Marcos Rojo
Defender Chris Smalling
Defender/Midfielder Daley Blind
Defender/Midfielder Tim Fosu-Mensah
Midfielder Michael Carrick
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini
Midfielder Jesse Lingard
Midfielder/Forward Anthony Martial
Forward Marcus Rashford
Forward Wayne Rooney

Substitutions:

Gerard Deulofeu for Aaron Lennon 70
Kevin Mirallas for Darron Gibson 90

Substitutions:

Antonio Valencia for Tim Fosu-Mensah 62
Ander Herrera for Marouane Fellaini 87

Cards:

Ross Barkley 89 Y

Cards:

Wayne Rooney 58 Y
Ander Herrera 89 Y
Anthony Martial 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tim Howard
Defender/Midfielder Tony Hibbert
Defender/Midfielder Bryan Oviedo
Midfielder Leon Osman
Midfielder/Forward Kevin Mirallas
Forward Gerard Deulofeu

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero
Defender Matteo Darmian
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Defender/Midfielder Antonio Valencia
Midfielder Ander Herrera
Midfielder Memphis Depay
Midfielder Juan Mata

Comments:

On this day in 1977, Everton appeared in the FA Cup Semi-final at Maine Road when Clive Thomas inexplicably disallowed Bryan Hamilton's late 'winner' against Liverpool and had to settle for a 2-2 draw. This was the Toffees' 26th FA Cup Semi-final, a total only bettered only by Manchester United and Arsenal (both 28). Kevin Mirallas replaced Darron Gibson in the fourth minute of added time in the second half.

Comments:

Manchester United reached their 19th FA Cup Final to equal Arsenal's record in the competition. This was the first time United had won a FA Cup tie at Wembley since beating Newcastle United in the Final in 1999. David De Gea saved Romelu Lukaku’s 57th minute penalty. Anthony Martial scored in the third minute of added time in the second half and was then booked for excessive celebration.