Man United 4-3 Liverpool: Diallo's 121st-minute winner ends Klopp's Quadruple hopes

The FA Cup quarter-final match between Manchester United and Liverpool ended in a thrilling 4-3 victory for Manchester United, with Amad Diallo’s 121st-minute goal sealing the win and dashing Jurgen Klopp’s hopes of achieving a quadruple. This match, played at Old Trafford, was a rollercoaster ride of a game, showcasing the best of both teams and ending in a dramatic finish that will be remembered for years to come.

The match began with Liverpool showing their dominance, with Salah hitting a great shot across goal in the 9th minute, and Liverpool’s possession game being a constant threat. However, United found their rhythm, with Rashford scoring a crucial goal in the 115th minute of extra time, setting the stage for Diallo’s heroics.

Diallo’s goal came in the 120th minute, a breakaway goal that was a result of a mix-up between Liverpool players. United broke and Garnacho carried the ball into the Liverpool half, laying it off to Diallo, who took it wide and hit his shot across goal. It was a weak shot, but it went across Kelleher and into the corner, securing the win for Manchester United.

However, the drama didn’t stop there. Diallo was sent off for taking off his shirt in celebration, adding an extra layer of drama to the match. Despite this, United managed to hold on and secure their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Man United 4-3 Liverpool - FA Cup quarter-final: Live score and updates as Amad Diallo
Man United 4-3 Liverpool – FA Cup quarter-final: Live score and updates as Amad Diallo

The match was a testament to the resilience and spirit of Manchester United, who managed to come back from a 2-2 draw to secure a win against a Liverpool side that had been minutes away from securing their place in the semi-finals. Liverpool’s quadruple dream was shattered, but the match will be remembered for the incredible comeback and the heart-stopping finish.

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This match was not just about the result but also about the performances of the players, the tactics employed by the managers, and the passion and determination shown by both sets of fans. It was a game that will be talked about for years to come, a game that encapsulated the spirit of the FA Cup and the rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool.

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