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Amad Diallo emerged as both hero and villain in Manchester United’s dramatic 4-3 victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup quarter-final on Sunday.

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After Scott McTominay’s early goal gave United the lead, liverpool turn the deficit into a lead through goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Mohamed Salah.

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United’s substitute Antony leveled the score, forcing the game into extra time. Despite Liverpool taking the lead again with Harvey Elliott’s deflected strike, Marcus Rashford’s late equalizer kept United in the game.

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Then came the moment of magic from Diallo, who netted the decisive goal in extra time, securing United’s spot in the semi-finals. However, his joy was short-lived as he was sent off shortly after for two yellow cards.

The match showcased a frenetic pace from the start, with United’s fast start countered by Liverpool’s resilience. Despite United’s early dominance, Liverpool capitalized on defensive lapses to take a surprising halftime lead.

The second half continued the back-and-forth action, with both teams creating chances. Antony’s equalizer injected new life into United, who pushed forward relentlessly. Liverpool regained the lead with Elliott’s goal, only for Rashford to level once more.

In the dying moments, Diallo sealed United’s victory with a clinical finish, sending the Old Trafford faithful into delirium. However, his red card tempered the celebrations, serving as a reminder of the highs and lows of football.

Overall, the match was a testament to the intensity and drama of cup football, with United emerging victorious in a thrilling contest against their arch-rivals.

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