Manchester United players sing about Manchester City after FA Cup win

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It may well have been a difficult season for Manchester United, but it was very much their day on Saturday as they secured FA Cup silverware. 

They did it the hard way, of course: Crystal Palace went in front with just 13 minutes remaining after a well-taken goal from Jason Puncheon, but they were denied by a Juan Mata equaliser and a fine winner from Jesse Lingard in extra-time. 

For United, then, the FA Cup represented the club's first major trophy in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era. 


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It's safe to say that it has been a topsy-turvy three years since the legendary Scot retired from the game. Unsurprisingly, United players duly celebrated following the full-time whistle. 

Players were certainly enjoying themselves in the Wembley dressing room and now full-back Antonio Valencia, who played a key role in the winning goal, has uploaded a video.

Indeed, the United stars opted to sing one of the club's most famous songs involving Manchester City. 

If you don't know it, then hear the players singing it here...

City, of course, had the last laugh in the Premier League as they just about edged United out of the final Champions League place, but United stars will feel far more content after winning the FA Cup. 

The rivalry between the two clubs could become extremely tense next season if Jose Mourinho - as expected - becomes the next manager of Manchester United. 

Is Mourinho the right man for United? Have your say below! 

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