Chelsea defeated United by three goals to one, to set up final showdown with Arsenal football club next two weeks at the same Wembley stadium.
Olivier Giroud open the score line in the 45th minutes, when he got himself in front of Lindelof to receive Cesar Azpilicueta low cross, before turning it through De Gea with his left foot.
Mason Mount then added the second goal in the 46th minute, when he carried ball 20 yards from goal, into the back of the net, follow by own goal from Harry Maguire.
Manchester United fans, however, expressed their annoyance in the Man Utd's official Twitter page, with some fans already calling for the sack of their manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Some of their reactions on Manchester United official Twitter page are shown on the screenshots below;
It's true that their fans are frustrated, but the manager alone can't be blamed for today's defeat, considering many individual errors from some players including their goalkeeper.
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