Millwall 0-2 Wigan Athletic
The FA Cup with Budweiser
5.15pm, Saturday 13 April 2013
Winning club receives £900,000, losing club receives £450,000 from The FA's Prize Fund
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Wigan captain Emmerson Boyce hailed his side's FA Cup Semi-Final victory over Millwall as a "dream come true" after they won 2-0 at Wembley Stadium.
The Latics reached The Final for the first time in their history as goals in either half from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman saw them past the Championship outfit.
Boyce said: "It's amazing, a dream come true for the club and the fans.
"People have said a lot about the fans but they were excellent today.
"I want to say thank you too to the chairman... there are too many people to say thank you to. I can't wait for The Final now.
"The chairman has been a long time waiting for this too. The manager has been excellent. The whole team has been excellent."
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan had his playing career ended when he broke his leg in the 1960 FA Cup Final - a match his Blackburn side went on to lose 3-0 to Wolves.
But although Maloney gave Wigan the lead after 25 minutes, they could not kill off the game until McManaman's strike 12 minutes from time.
Boyce added: "We always knew Millwall were going to be a tough game. They had good opportunities and could have scored but we showed great character.
"It was a professional performance and we can look forward to The Final now."
On-loan Paul Scharner, who played in the League Cup Final during his first stint at Wigan, said: "It's unbelievable. We are in The Final.
"The chairman deserves it most - and the supporters.
"In the second half they were trying to get an equaliser but we kept a clean sheet and I'm so happy to reach The Final.
"Wigan will return to Wembley on 11 May to play either Chelsea or Manchester City, who meet on Sunday, but Scharner is not concerned who they face next.
He added: "It doesn't matter. The Final is always tough and both teams are very strong."
1 David Forde, 2 Alan Dunne, 3 Danny Shittu (C), 12 Shane Lowry, 14 James Henry, 16 Mark Beevers, 19 Chris Taylor, 20 Andy Keogh (11 Shaun Batt, 89), 21 Jack Smith (7 Rob Hulse, 67), 26 Nadjim Abdou (6 Liam Trotter, 72), 39 Sean St Ledger
Substitutes not used 33 Maik Taylor, 10 Nathan Tyson, 25 Adam Smith, 27 Karleigh Osborne
Manager Kenny Jackett
26 Ali Al Habsi, 2 Arouna Kone, 3 Antolin Alcaraz, 4 James McCarthy, 10 Shaun Maloney, 14 Jordi Gomez, 15 Callum McManaman, 17 Emmerson Boyce, 22 Jean Beausejour (16 James McArthur, 61), 31 Maynor Figueroa, 33 Paul Scharner
Substitutes not used 1 Joel Robles, 5 Gary Caldwell, 9 Franco Di Santo, 11 Angelo Henriquez, 18 Roger Espinoza, 23 Ronnie Stam
Manager Roberto Martinez
Referee Michael Oliver