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Anthony Martial sends Manchester United to FA Cup final with winner v Everton.

Anthony Martial sends Manchester United to FA Cup final with winner v Everton

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Anthony Martial scored a dramatic stoppage-time winner to help Manchester United reach the FA Cup final at the expense of Everton.

The France international, who completed a shock £36 million move to Old Trafford from AS Monaco last summer, produced a composed finish under pressure to win the match for Van Gaal’s men.

Marouane Fellaini put United ahead in the first half, but the game appeared to be heading to extra-time after Chris Smalling diverted Gerard Deulofeu’s cross into his own net with 15 minutes remaining.

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David de Gea also saved a Romelu Lukaku penalty in the second half and Martial's goal, at the death, sent the travelling Manchester United fans into raptures.

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Video: Anthony Martial's winner

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