- Shamser Khalid
FA Cup Quarters: Hilarious Celebration Spotted!
Manchester United fans had plenty to celebrate after the Red Devils managed to secure their place in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a win against West Ham United.
It looked bleak for The Red Devils when they went 1-0 down in the second half, but they turned it around with three goals in the final 13 minutes. Nayef Aguerd's own goal brought United level before Alejandro Garnacho scored a stunning strike in stoppage time to give his side the lead. Fred then sealed the victory with a goal in the match's dying moments.
As the players celebrated, Lisandro Martinez took things a little too far with an over-enthusiastic celebration, which saw him slide two-footed into his teammates.
Fans online were left amused by the aggressive celebration of Lisandro Martinez, with one fan commenting that "Martinez has no chill." Another fan added, "He just slide tackled into the celebration," while a third fan remarked, "He just two-footed two of our players." This celebration is a clear indication of the type of player Martinez is, and it certainly demonstrated his passion and aggression on the pitch.
Martinez's Last Celebration
This incident is not the first time that Martinez made headlines with his celebrations. After Manchester United's stunning victory over Barcelona, Martinez gave a nod to his job on Robert Lewandowski.
On Instagram, Martinez shared a photo of himself making a robust challenge to Lewandowski. His caption read, "What a night. Manchester United!!" showcasing his pride for the team's teamwork, character, and the lively atmosphere of the stadium.
What's Next for Manchester United
United's success in the FA Cup has set up a quarter-final matchup with Fulham. With the team hoping to replicate their success in the Carabao Cup, the Red Devils will be hoping to go all the way in the FA Cup and add another trophy to their cabinet.
Looking ahead, United has been drawn to play Fulham in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, which will take place at Old Trafford across the weekend of March 18 and 19.
Meanwhile, Manchester City will face Burnley, Brighton will welcome Grimsby, and Sheffield United will take on Blackburn. It promises to be an exciting weekend of football, and fans will be eagerly anticipating the quarter-final clashes.
The FA Cup and Future Competitions
The Emirates FA Cup, sponsored by Emirates, is currently underway and marks the 142nd edition of the world's oldest football tournament, the Football Association Challenge Cup. The victorious team will earn a spot in the group stage of the 2023-24 UEFA Europa League.
The 2023-24 UEFA Europa League, organized by UEFA, will be the 53rd season of Europe's second-tier club football tournament. It was renamed from the UEFA Cup to the UEFA Europa League 15 seasons ago. The Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, will host the final. The tournament winners will automatically qualify for the 2024-25 UEFA Champions League group stage, and also get to play against the champions of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League in the 2024 UEFA Super Cup.