Manchester City 0-1 Wigan Athletic
The FA Cup with Budweiser
5.15pm, Saturday 11 May 2013
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Winning club receives £1.8m and runner-up £900,000
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Shaun Maloney admits he was left astounded by Wigan’s ‘crazy’ FA Cup victory over Manchester City.
Roberto Martinez’s side got their hands on the trophy for the first time in their history thanks to Ben Watson’s stoppage-time header.
And Scotland winger Maloney told FATV: “It’s unbelievable. It’s just crazy that we’ve won The FA Cup. It’s just madness.
“We knew we were massive underdogs but we had a game plan and the gaffer believed in us and our goalkeeper [Joel Robles] kept us in it - particularly in the first half.
“And then for Ben to come on and score the winner after being out for six months with a broken leg is just amazing for him.
“I don’t think he was meant to be there! But he’s worked unbelievably hard and I’m delighted for him – I really am.”
Watch the full interview with Maloney in the Media Gallery above.
Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany (c), Gaël Clichy, Pablo Zabaleta, Matija Nastasic, Yaya Touré, Samir Nasri (James Milner, 55), Gareth Barry (Edin Djeko, 90+2), David Silva, Carlos Tevez (Jack Rodwell, 69), Sergio Agüero
Subs not used: Costel Pantilimon, Javi Garcia, Aleksandar Kolarov, Joleon Lescott
Manager Roberto Mancini
Cautions: Pablo Zabaleta (60 mins & 84 mins), Matija Nastasic (75 mins), Gareth Barry (87 mins)
Red card: Pablo Zabaleta (84 mins)
Joel Robles, Arouna Koné, Antolin Alcaraz, James McCarthy, Shaun Maloney, Jordi Gómez (Ben Watson 81), Callum McManaman, James McArthur, Emmerson Boyce (c), Roger Espinoza ,Paul Scharner.
Subs not used: Gary Caldwell, Franco Di Santo, Fraser Fyvie, Román Golobart, Ángelo Henríquez, Ali Al Habsi.
Manager Roberto Martinez
Goals: Ben Watson (90+1)
Cautions: Joel Robles (90+3),
Referee Andre Marriner (Birmingham FA)
Assistant Referees Stephen Child (London FA) and Simon Long (Cornwall FA)
Fourth Official Anthony Taylor (Cheshire FA)