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 manager Roberto Martinez could not hide his delight as his side reached The FA Cup Final for the first time in their history.
Goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman saw the Latics seal their place in the Wembley showpiece at Millwall's expense.
And boss Martinez confirmed that his chairman Dave Whelan, whose playing career was ended when he broke his leg in the 1960 FA Cup Final, would be afforded the honour of leading the side out on 11 May.
The Spaniard said: "Yes, we will get the chairman leading the team out. It will bring full circle his time with The FA Cup."
Asked what reaching The Final means, Martinez added: "It means a lot as you can imagine.
"Not just the first time we're playing in a Semi-Final but the opportunity to reach The Final, it's a big, big achievement for the players and they deserved it.
"So do the fans. A lot of people judge us on the numbers but its about the quality of the numbers."
Admitting Millwall had made it hard work for his men, he said: "We did expect that. Huge credit to Millwall who competed until the last second and there were plenty of difficult situations as they can be quite powerful.
"To handle being the favourites in a Semi-Final can be tough but I thought we did that magnificently, from the young players to the experienced players there was a real togetherness."
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