Yesterday's was the FA CUP final match which took place at wembley's stadium between Manchester United and Crytsal Palace and a lot happened.
From Lingard's goal, to the news of Van Gaal's sack , to the singer who who made a mistake with the England National anthem, Pardew's dance
The singer selected to perform the national anthem before the FA Cup final has apologised for her rendition after missing the opening of the song.
Karen Harding appeared to miss her cue as the music for God Save the Queen began at Wembley, before joining in part way through. She then used Twitter to explain the situation.
“OMG. Biggest audience of my life and I get technical difficulties! Argh so sorry Guys,” she tweeted, before adding: “Mortified!! I don’t know what happened.”
The 24-year-old was performing ahead of Manchester United’s meeting with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
UNITED WIN AT WEMBLEY
Meanwhile, Louis van Gaal delivered Manchester United’s first trophy since Alex Ferguson retired three years ago with a 2-1 victory over Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak’s Crystal Palace after the 135th FA Cup final went to extra time.
Palace skipper Jedinak became the first Australian to lead a team out in an FA Cup final on Saturday (Sunday AEST) at Wembley where Jesse Lingard completed United’s comeback with a volley in the 110th minute.
United’s record-equalling 12th triumph in world football’s oldest cup competition comes at the end of a lacklustre second season under van Gaal.
Van Gaal had little time to savour Manchester United’s first trophy since the Alex Ferguson dynasty ended three years ago.
Within an hour of collecting the FA Cup, Van Gaal left his jubilant players to be faced with more uncertainty about his United future now the season is over.
For six months United has not challenged the veracity of reports that the American ownership will ditch Van Gaal before his third season in charge and bring in Jose Mourinho. United’s leadership still remained silent on Saturday, rather than publicly backing Van Gaal.
Source: The Australian
The Pardew DanceThe Eagles boss could not hide his delight after watching his side open the scoring at Wembley on Saturday and says he fully enjoyed his celebration on the touchline Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew said he was just enjoying the moment after causing a stir with his dancing to celebrate Jason Puncheon's opener in the FA Cup final against Manchester United. United emerged triumphant 2-1 after extra time on Saturday but Pardew provided a moment that will live long in the memory of fans far and wide. In a scene more suited to a nightclub, Pardew showed off his dance moves with a little jig on the sidelines as Puncheon gave Palace a 78th-minute lead in London. "I enjoyed that moment! In a Cup final and as a manager it's difficult to enjoy moments," Pardew told reporters afterwards. "If you forgive me for my dance, it's just because I enjoyed it." Source: Goal