In an FA Cup classic on Sunday, Manchester United overcame an incredible collapse to defeat Coventry on penalties, securing a rematch with Manchester City in the FA Cup final.

After extra time, the teams were tied at 3-3, but Rasmus Hojlund's spot kick proved to be the game-winning goal, as Erik ten Hag's team emerged victorious in the shootout at Wembley 4-2.

For Ten Hag's team, which is well behind the pace in the Premier League and had a forgettable Champions League campaign, the match perfectly captured a disorganized season.

With goals from Scott McTominay, Harry Maguire, and Bruno Fernandes, United cruised to a 3-0 lead against their lower-division rivals in the London sunshine, giving no indication of what was to come.

However, they have been guilty of blowing leads in recent weeks, and the game against Coventry was no exception.

Ellis Simms and Callum O'Hare's goals in the second half gave the 1987 FA Cup winners hope, and Haji Wright's penalty kick in the 95th minute completed an unlikely comeback.

Cheers of "you're getting sacked in the morning" were aimed at Ten Hag by Coventry fans, who were en masse among the blue-clad supporters.

Famously, Coventry manager Mark Robins was a major factor in United's 1990 FA Cup final victory, which started a successful 20 years under Alex Ferguson.

Despite United's lackluster season, his team's hopes of making it to the Championship play-offs have waned in recent weeks, and they went into the match as underdogs.