FT: Millwall 0 Wigan 2

All over here and Wigan make history as they claim their first ever FA Cup final place.

Three-minutes of added time.

McManaman goes off and Angelo Henriquez comes on.

Shaun Batt is brought on for Andy Keogh.

Shane Lowry booked for foul on Gomez.

Kone breaks into the box, he cuts back and Forde saves well with his legs.

Wigan looking to hold on to the ball now and run out time.

Sorry to say there are some crowd disturbances in the Millwall end, and Police are on scene.

Millwall corner as Al Habsi tips it behind, he then comes and punches clear - good goalkeeping.

GOAL - CALLUM McMANAMAN - Gomez, who cleared off the line, feeds McManaman, he takes it past Forde and slots home. Great ball from the Spaniard.

Millwall corner met well by St Ledger, but Gomez heads it clear and Wigan counter...

Beevers is across well ahead of Kone as McManaman looked to play him through.

Gomez breaks into the box after being found by McManaman, but he can only find the side-netting.

McManaman comes in from the left once again into the area, he goes for goal this time but Dunne makes a good block.

Abdou is off replaced by Liam Trotter.

Wonderful run into the box from McManaman, this time he does pull it back - but it is just behind Kone and Millwall clear.

Wigan counter through Kone, he looks for Gomez - his back heel back to the African is poor and Millwall clear.

Great barging run from Keogh, he just doesn't have the pace to get clear as Scharner and Figueroa both comes across to snub the attack out.

Smith makes way for Rob Hulse.

Henry corner comes in, Beevers and Shittu challenge - it comes for Lowry but it is well over.

Another Millwall corner as Scharner heads behind ahead of Al Habsi as Henry put ball into the box.

Beevers header bounces down and up over the bar off Scharner - so close. Corner comes in and Shittu heads over.

Millwall corner comes in from Henry, Boyce heads clear.

Great challenge from Scharner as Dunne fizzed a ball into the six-yard box and the Wigan defender slid in and cleared ahead of Keogh.

Millwall much improved since half-time, Smith seeing plenty of the ball in midfield.

McArthur is in well and looks for run of Kone, but Forde is off his line well to clear.

First change sees Beausejour replaced by James McArthur.

Henry looks to have this lined-up...he takes but it is a couple of yards over the bar.

Good run from Taylor in from the flank, and Boyce brings him down about 20-yards from goal. Good chance for the Lions here.

Gomez takes, he doesn't go for goal, and Forde punches clear.

Wigan free-kick right on the edge as Smith blocks McManaman. Real chance for Wigan here, Gomez and Maloney over it.

Keogh breaks into the box, but McCarthy is back well - Millwall think they have a corner, but a goal-kick is given.

McManaman looking to run Lowry but the Australian is back well.

Liam Trotter looks like he might be coming on sooner rather than later for Millwall.

Maloney takes but St Ledger rises well to clear - good tackle from Abdou on Figueroa. Millwall can't clear their lines and McManaman cuts inside box beats Shittu - but blasts over when he should maybe have looked for the cross.

First Wigan attack of the half and Kone wins corner off Beevers.

Millwall certainly enjoying more of the possession so far. But seemingly limited to long balls.

St Ledger is down early on after a collision with Gomez. Off the pitch so play can continue.

Millwall get the second-half underway - neither side has made a change.

Teams back out...

Whistle goes and Wigan have a deserved lead at half-time.

One minute of added time.

Keogh finds Taylor with a run, he looks up - but poor ball into the box and chance is gone.

Another very good stop from Forde as Kone feeds Maloney on the edge of the box - he dummies it for Gomez, whose first time shot has the Irishman stretching, but he makes the save.

More very nice football from Wigan, James McCarthy finds Beausejour - he plays it to Kone, he finds McManaman - he gets his shot away but wide. The Premier League side looking more than comfortable here.

McManaman twisting and turning his way into the box, Lowry puts it behind for a corner. Maloney takes, but it is too long.

Lovely flick from Beausejour finds Gomez, he in-turn looks for Kone but good work from Jimmy Abdou as he gets his foot in and Forde clears.

Millwall corner from Henry comes in but Boyce rises well to head clear.

Best move of the match from Millwall as Dunne and Smith combine to find Taylor, he crosses into the box looking for Sean St Legder but Wigan clear.

Forde is off his line quickly to claim the ball ahead of Beausejour as the Chilean looked to latch onto a long ball from Figueroa.

Henry takes and Taylor gets his head to the ball, but Gomez clears.

Millwall win their first corner after Taylor goes down the right. Henry will take - but referee is not happy with Keogh and Ali Al-Habsi in the six-yard box.

Maloney on the run again, up against Shittu and he wins another corner. Beausejour takes - Shittu gets his head to it, but can't clear it - Scharner looks to hook it towards goal but Forde takes it comfortably.

GOAL - SHAUN MALONEY - Brilliant ball from Kone, over the top of the Millwall defence and Maloney side-foots home from 12-yards - fantastic goal.

Foul by Dunne on Figueroa - Maloney takes but Forde comes out well to take it at the second attempt.

Some really nice possession football being played by Wigan - Millwall finding it hard to get a touch.

Maloney this time takes an out-swinger - again Shittu, to the delight of the Millwall fans, rises highest to head clear.

Wigan continuing to pile the pressure on, another corner comes after McManaman run down the right.

Maynor Figueroa tries one from 30-yards but it is high and wide after good build up from Gomez and Jean Beausejour.

Keogh almost intercepts Scharner pass back but a slight tug of the arm and foul is given - a bit lucky for the Austrian.

Great save from Forde, McManaman makes room for himself on the edge of the box and almost finds the corner but the Irishman tips it wide.

Gomez to take, he takes it short to Maloney on the edge of the box - but his shot is blocked - clever from the Premier League side.

Poor ball from Chris Taylor is intercepted by Maloney, he plays through Kone and Beevers again makes a great challenge on the Ivorian - Forde is off his line quickly and is caught in the face. He is fine, corner to Wigan.

Henry cuts in from the flank and fires wide, not a bad effort.

Another Wigan corner and Maloney takes, looking for Paul Scharner - but again Millwall clear.

More good work from the diminutive duo of McManaman and Maloney on the edge of the box, the Scot then plays the ball into Arouna Kone and gets the return but a challenge comes in a David Forde is out to claim it.

Good work from Shaun Maloney and then McManaman and Wigan win the first corner of the match. Maloney takes but Shittu is up well to clear.

Another Millwall free-kick - more than 35-yards from goal and Shittu goes for goal but fires well over, a tad ambitious.

Push from Boyce gives Millwall a chance to put the ball into the box, James Henry curls it in but Antonin Alcaraz clears well.

Great challenge by Mark Beevers on the edge of the box to deny Jordi Gomez as he broke into the box after great work from Callum McManaman.

Good work early on from Jack Smith to intercept - ball comes for Shane Lowry, he hooks the ball into the box and Andy Keogh rises but under pressure it is wide.

Wigan in their change kit of red, get us underway kicking right to left at wet Wembley.

Captains Danny Shittu and Emmerson Boyce lead out their respective sides.

Teams are in the tunnel and are almost ready to come out...

And Colin Chapin in California has mailed in: "Watching from San Jose California ....Come on you Lions ....3 - 1 Millwall Shittu to get the 1st !!"

Matt Jones Tweeted: "I think 1-1 Kone then Shittu then It will go to Penaltys and Wigan will win."

Thanks for all your feedback - plenty of interest from both sides...

Forde, Dunne, Shittu, Beevers, Lowry, Jack Smith, Abdou, St. Ledger, Henry, Keogh, Chris Taylor. Subs: Maik Taylor, Trotter, Hulse, Tyson, Batt, Adam Smith, Osborne

Al Habsi, Beausejour, Alcaraz, Boyce, Figueroa, McManaman, McCarthy, Scharner, Maloney, Kone, Gomez. Subs: Robles, Caldwell, Di Santo, Henriquez, McArthur, Espinoza, Stam

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