• Wigan triumph over Millwall at Wembley to reach the 2013 FA Cup final
  • Wigan fans pile into Wembley as they hope to see their side reach the FA Cup final for the first time
  • Millwall fans were hoping their boys would be able to emulate the success of 2004 when a side led by Dennis Wise were runners up in this competition.
  • Kenny Jackett looked on in anticipation with a place in the final of football's oldest club competition at stake
  • Jackett faced off against his former team-mate and captain Roberto Martinez who has Premier League survival as well as a place in the final on his mind
  • The teams take to the pitch, Millwall in their navy blue home strip...
  • ...Wigan in their changed red strip, and kick off is moments away.
  • Danny Shittu fires up his team-mates in the huddle and we're ready for kick-off.
  • Wigan get us underway, and set the tone early on, dictating the play and looking to split the Lions back four
  • The pressure tells early on as a beautifully-weighted Arouna Kone pass finds Shaun Maloney at the back post for the Scot to open the scoring
  • It is a dream start for the Latics who have been a class above the opposition in the opening 25 minutes
  • Millwall look to respond but are struggling to assert themselves against confident Premier League opponents
  • Referee Michael Oliver whistles for half-time with Wigan leading 1-0
  • Millwall start the second half with greater urgency, posing a significant aerial threat from set-pieces
  • Callum McManaman has been lively thoughout the second half for Wigan
  • McManaman's hard work pays off as he rounds keeper David Forde to pass the ball into an empty net.
  • The strike gives Wigan a two-goal advantage, and sucks the life out of a seemingly resurgent Milwall.
  • The Latics hold on to their lead to claim a deserved victory and book a place in the club's first ever FA Cup final.

FA Cup semi-final

Wigan triumph over Millwall at Wembley to reach the 2013 FA Cup final