- Doherty puts Wolves ahead
- Jimenez makes it 2-0 with terrific goal, celebration (video)
- Deulofeu pulls one back with stunning chip
- Wolves to meet Man City in final
Gerard Deulofeu scored two goals including the extra time winner as Watford came back from two down to beat Wolves 3-2 in a thrilling FA Cup semifinal at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
Watford will tangle with Manchester City in the FA Cup Final on May 18 at Wembley Stadium.
Matt Doherty and Raul Jimenez scored Wolves, who led 2-0 with 10 minutes to play.
Troy Deeney scored Watford’s other goal, while Deulofeu’s markers were his eighth and ninth of the season to go with five assists.
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Andre Gray leapt in a bid to chop a terrific Troy Deeney cross over the bar, but a header would’ve been wiser and Gray’s kick popped over the frame.
Wolves went ahead through a training ground corner kick, Doherty getting in front of Abdoulaye Doucoure to nod a left-footed cross past Gomes.
Deeney cued up Gray for another chance in first half stoppage, but the latter’s smash sliced off Wolves defender Conor Coady for a corner kick.
Jimenez doubled Wolves lead in sensational fashion, chesting a cross into position for an airborne volley past Gomes.
But it wasn’t over thanks to genius from substitute Deulofeu, who chipped the keeper from a wild angle to make it 2-0.
Dendoncker caught Deeney’s foot in the box during stoppage time, and Watford hit the penalty spot with a bid to make it 2-2.
It was off to extra time!