FA Cup: What Odion Ighalo Said Ahead Of Manchester United Semi-Final Clash Against Chelsea
By Joy555 | self meida writer
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Manchester United and Chelsea do battle in the second Fixture of the Emirates FA Cup Semi Finals game on Sunday at Wembley stadium.
Chelsea are occupy third position in the Premier League, one point ahead of the Red Devils who are fifth in the table with both teams still on course to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Both Frank Lampard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be searching for their first piece of silverware as managers at the club as we await another entertaing encounter between two of the most successful clubs in England.
Ahead of the game, Nigerian international Odion Ighalo is more determined than ever to help the red devils reach the 2020 FA Cup Finals.
“To get to the final would be great for me in my life and my career. I missed out in 2016 and I have the opportunity to now get to the final with the club I’ve supported all my life. It would make my dreams perfect. It will be tough but we have what it takes.
Ighalo scored an acrobatic effort against Norwich City in the Quarter final Fixture and the Nigerian international will be hoping he gets the nod ahead of Mason Greenwood in the Starting XI.
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