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Summary

  1. Wolves reach semi-finals for first time in 21 years
  2. Second-half Jimenez & Jota strikes enough for Wolves
  3. Rashford scores injury-time consolation
  4. Lindelof red card overturned by VAR
  5. Man City hit back from 2-0 down with 21 minutes left to beat Swansea 3-2
  6. Aguero - in offside position - heads in decisive goal
  7. Watford beat Palace 2-1 earlier to reach semi-finals
  8. Semi-final draw takes place on Sunday

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By Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'A big step backwards'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Sport: "We started too slowly and played into their hands. Our possession wasn't bright enough and quick enough, so it's disappointing.

    "I didn't think we had enough quality in the last third, enough combination play. We had decent dominance with the ball in the first half but that doesn't help if you give the ball away and they can counter.

    "This was a big step backwards, mainly because of the quality of the possession and the passing."

  2. Post update

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "Some of the players go away with the national teams and they'll enjoy the break. We've got to go again. We've had a great run and now we've had two defeats., Against Arsenal we just couldn't score and today was poor - the poorest we've played.

    "I'm here until the summer, we've got loads to play for in the league and the Champions League."

  3. 'Manchester United looked absolutely shattered'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Alan Shearer

    Former England captain on BBC One

    Wolves thoroughly deserved it, they were much the better team, their game plan worked to perfection. They knew they would get chances in the second half and they took them. Manchester United looked absolutely shattered.

    Man Utd interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  4. 'It means a lot'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm very proud of the players. We had composure, shape, good running. Very well done to the boys and it was a fantastic atmosphere.

    "It means a lot because we know how big Wolves were in the 1950s and 1960s and there are people in the stadium who have memories of that. To try to achieve the same is much, much harder now but we will try step by step. We will respect everybody in the semi-finals."

    Wolves' manager Nuno Espirito Santo
  5. 'Two years ago we were in a bad place...'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves captain Conor Coady speaking to BBC Sport: "We have some phenomenal players going forward. This takes us forward, two years ago we were in a bad place and these people are going to follow us and I can’t tell you how proud I am of everyone.

    "It is a deserved result we were outstanding. From start to finish we nullified them - they are an unbelievable club with talented players. We said before in the changing rooms we have the chance to make history and we now have the chance to go through again.

    "It is where we all want to be. in two years the club has gone a long way, we are all pulling in one direction, it is an amazing night for everyone."

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    Video caption: 'Wembley beckons' - Jota doubles Wolves lead
  6. 'We make history'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves goalscorer Raul Jimenez speaking to BBC Sport: "It was an incredible night. We know we can do it and make special things here. We are in the semi-finals and we are very, very happy

    "We make history, we want more and I am happy for all these people every game."

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    Video caption: 'That's been coming' - Jimenez puts Wolves ahead
  7. Post update

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Alan Shearer

    Former England captain on BBC One

    Wolves have shown the respect the competition deserves by playing strong teams. They haven't got a big squad but they have always gone out and played a strong side and they deserve to get to the semi-final because they have been magnificent all season.

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    For now, though, our FA Cup day is done. Turn your eyes to Match of the Day now for your late-night football fix, and I'm going to leave you with a reminder of some of the best reaction from Molineux. Goodbye.

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    Remember, there is one more place in the FA Cup semi-finals up for grabs. Millwall host Brighton in the fourth quarter-final tomorrow at 14:00 in a game you can see live on the BBC.

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    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    More from Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "Some of the players go away with the national teams and they'll enjoy the break. We've got to go again. We've had a great run and now we've had two defeats., Against Arsenal we just couldn't score and today was poor - the poorest we've played,

    "I'm here until the summer, we've got loads to play for in the league and the Champions League."

  11. 'A big step backwards'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Sport: "We started too slowly and played into their hands. Our possession wasn't bright enough and quick enough, so it's disappointing.

    "I didn't think we had enough quality in the last third, enough combination play. We had decent dominance with the ball in the first half but that doesn't help if you give the ball away and they can counter.

    "This was a big step backwards, mainly because of the quality of the possession and the passing."

    Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjae
  12. Post update

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    More from Nuno Espirito Santo, on playing with a small squad: "When the transfer window happened we decided to go this way with 16 players. Every member of the squad is important and is always involved in competition. Of course there are risks but it is my belief that a small squad can achieve things."

  13. 'It means a lot'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm very proud of the players. We had composure, shape, good running. Very well done to the boys and it was a fantastic atmosphere.

    "It means a lot because we know how big Wolves were in the 1950s and 1960s and there are people in the stadium who have memories of that. To try to achieve the same is much, much harder now but we will try step by step. We will respect everybody in the semi-finals."

    Wolves' manager Nuno Espirito Santo
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    SMS Message: So frustrating - we just didn't turn up. Fair play to Wolves though, totally deserved with a clinical, dogged performance. Hope they go on to the final. As for United, still fully behind Ole for the job. And I feel the international break has come at the right time for us. We looked knackered tonight and we have a massive April coming up! from Dan in Manchester
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  16. Post update

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    So then.

    Ole out?

    Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  17. Post update

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    And Marcus Rashord did manage to pull back the scantest of consolation goals. It was miles too late, though...

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    Video caption: Rashford scores last consolation for United
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    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    As a bit of housekeeping, we should note a couple of things that happened late in the game. Firstly, when Victor Lindelof manged to stay Victor Lindelon...

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    Video caption: Lindelof red card decision overturned by VAR
  19. 'Two years ago we were in a bad place...'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves captain Conor Coady speaking to BBC Sport: "We have some phenomenal players going forward. This takes us forward, two years ago we were in a bad place and these people are going to follow us and I can’t tell you how proud I am of everyone.

    "It is a deserved result we were outstanding. From start to finish we nullified them - they are an unbelievable club with talented players. We said before in the changing rooms we have the chance to make history and we now have the chance to go through again.

    "It is where we all want to be. in two years the club has gone a long way, we are all pulling in one direction, it is an amazing night for everyone."

    Video content

    Video caption: 'Wembley beckons' - Jota doubles Wolves lead
  20. 'We make history'

    Wolves 2-1 Manchester United

    Wolves

    Wolves goalscorer Raul Jimenez speaking to BBC Sport: "It was an incredible night. We know we can do it and make special things here. We are in the semi-finals and we are very, very happy

    "We make history, we want more and I am happy for all these people every game."

    Video content

    Video caption: 'That's been coming' - Jimenez puts Wolves ahead