PICTURE: One Manchester United Fan Makes Huge Fixture Mistake

Manchester United were in action on Wednesday night against West Ham United down in London at Upton Park for the quarter-final of the FA Cup, but it seems that one Manchester United fan had made a huge mistake, turning up at Old Trafford for the match, rather than travelling south.

George DIY on Twitter, who is from Manchester, tweeted at 4:11pm BST, that he was “On my way to Old Trafford. Let’s hope we beat West Ham. Looking forward to Man Utd bouncing back”

After George’s tweet, he was met by many a Manchester United fan tweeting him to state that the game was being played down in London, with only 3 hours to go until the match. Tweets in which he replied:



Whether this is a social media wind-up, or a genuine mistake from a season ticket holder, it is fantastic viewing, gaining over 600 retweets since yesterday afternoon. Hopefully they got to see the match at some point, with Manchester United winning 2-1 and going through to the semi-finals against Everton at Wembley.

Ticket information for the semi-final:

Manchester United are through to the Emirates FA Cup semi-finals and can look forward to taking on Everton at Wembley on Saturday 23 April, kick-off 17:15 BST.

In a terrific atmosphere, the Reds secured a thrilling 2-1 win in the quarter-final replay away to West Ham United, thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini in what was the last FA Cup match ever to be played at Upton Park.

To apply for semi-final tickets, Executive Club Members and Season Ticket holders can click here now or call 0161 868 8000 from 08:00 BST on Thursday 14 April. The deadline for applications is 23:00 BST on Thursday 14 April.

The Club will receive an allocation of 31,606 tickets which are priced at £30, £40, £50 and £60 (a £10 discount for each of these prices is applicable for under-16s, 16-17s, 18-20s and 65+ Season Ticket holders). Tickets will be allocated based on the number of home cup matches purchased this season. Therefore those supporters who have purchased all 10 home cup games will get priority over those with 9, and those with 9 home cup matches will have priority over those with 8, and so on.

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