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Ten Hag’s Wembley Woes Continue as Another Key Manchester United Player Ruled Out

Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
Harry Maguire is set to miss Manchester United’s semi finals Wembley clash against Brighton and Hove Albion as he’s suspended.

Manchester United secured their place in the semifinals of the FA Cup with a thrilling 3-1 victory over Fulham on Sunday at Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men found themselves trailing early on as Aleksander Mitrovic’s strike put the visitors in the driving seat.

However, the game took a dramatic turn when Mitrovic, along with his manager Marco Silva and teammate Willian, were all shown red cards, providing United with the opening they needed to launch a comeback.

Despite some nervy moments at the back, United’s defense, marshaled by captain Harry Maguire, held firm with some excellent saves from David de Gea. Nevertheless, Maguire will be unavailable for the next round of the competition, having received a second yellow card for a blatant foul on the Fulham striker in the first half, incurring a suspension as per FA Cup rules.

United’s resilient performance to come from behind and clinch the victory further reinforces their credentials as a formidable force in domestic football. Their ability to consistently conjure up comebacks underlines the resilience and fighting spirit of Solskjaer’s squad.

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