Wickham’s goal gives Palace a chance to avenge their 1990 FA Cup loss to United.
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Crystal Palace will face Manchester United in their first FA Cup final in 26 years after Connor Wickham sealed a 2-1 win over Watford at Wembley Sunday.It was an especially sweet moment for Palace boss Pardew, who was a member of the Eagles team beaten by Alex Ferguson's United in 1990 when Lee Martin scored the replay winner after the first match ended in a 3-3 draw.Bolasie's sixth goal of the season was an emotional moment for the forward, who hadn't forgotten the frustration he felt in 2013 when he was an unused substitute during Palace's Championship playoff final win over Watford at Wembley.Costel Pantilimon had to make an alert save when Cabaye aimed for the far corner and not long after that the France midfielder, at the heart of all Palace's best moments with his smooth passing, tested Watford's goalkeeper with a dipping free kick.Watford's joy was short lived as Palace regained the lead only six minutes later.
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