Millwall 0 v Wigan 2

@sjlskl (3384)
Singapore
April 13, 2013 2:06pm CST
Wigan put their league form aside to defeat Millwall to reached their first ever FA Cup final. Shaun Maloney broke the deadlock before Callum McManaman made sure of the victory on 78 minutes. They will now wait to see who between Chelsea and Man City will they face in the final.
2 responses
@robspeakman (1705)
13 Apr 13
I think you are being unfair here. Wigan are unbeaten in 10 league games - our current league form would put us 5th if based on present results. This is a fantastic result for my greatest love - I watched my first WAFC game in 1977, they were a non-league team then. In 1978, they were elected into the 4th professional league in England In 2005, they achieved promotion to the Premier league - The world richest league. In 2013, they will play in the Europa league cup competition. Check you facts,
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
14 Apr 13
Why am I being unfair? Are you so sure of your facts and that you are very sure that Wigan is unbeaten in the last 10 games? Then tell me what is the following results at the point of posting. Jan 19 Wigan Athletic 2-3 Sunderland Feb 9 Chelsea 4-1 Wigan Athletic Mar 2 Wigan Athletic 0-4 Liverpool If being at the bottom three is not worrying, then I don't know what is for a soccer team. Check your facts first.
@Dias14 (178)
• Indonesia
24 Apr 13
Oldest championship in the world is always just displays a surprise every year, because sometimes that goes to the FA Cup final was a team that played good enough in the local competition. It may now be felt by WIgan, because they made ??it into the final of the FA Cup after beating Millwall. I think the struggle is not over and Wigan will not be satisfied only in the final, they would try to reach the FA Cup title.