Manchester United came from behind to reach the Emirates FA Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur’s expense on Saturday, thanks to goals from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera.

Having conceded inside 11 seconds on January’s league visit to Wembley, the Reds again fell behind early on when Dele Alli slid home Christian Eriksen’s cross from the right after 10 minutes.

That was the first time United’s goal had been breached in the cup this season and it came during a frantic opening period during which Spurs were decidedly on top.

But Jose Mourinho’s men were back on level terms midway through the first half as Alexis scored at Wembley for the eighth time, superbly meeting Paul Pogba’s delicate cross to guide a header into the bottom corner of Michel Vorm’s goal.

The tempo of the game slowed somewhat after the break and Herrera’s decisive contribution came just after the hour mark, as he slammed past an unsighted Vorm after Jesse Lingard had left Alexis’s cross for the Spaniard.

United will return to Wembley on 19 May to face the winners of Sunday’s second semi-final between Chelsea and Southampton, aiming to lift the trophy for a record-equalling 13th time.

You can watch all the goals from the game in the video player above, while the full match highlights are available on demand via MUTV.com.

Man Utd players discussing Mohamed Salah as they turn on Jose Mourinho

MANCHESTER UNITED players are privately comparing Jose Mourinho’s treatment of Luke Shaw to the way he was towards Mohamed Salah, according to reports.

Shaw was nowhere to be seen against Spurs with United instead choosing to deploy Ashley Young at left-back.

And The Sun say United players are concerned by Mourinho’s treatment of the England international, supposedly drawing comparisons to the way the 54-year-old was towards Salah at Chelsea.

Salah is currently starring for Liverpool, scoring 41 goals across all competitions.

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