Watford’s FA Cup semi-final win over Wolves in pictures

Gerard Deulofeu netted a brace to inspire Watford to a 3-2 comeback victory over Wolves to reach the FA Cup final.

Goals from Matt Doherty and Raul Jimenez put Wolves 2-0 up but Deulofeu’s first and a 90th-minute penalty from Troy Deeney sent the tie to extra-time, where the Spaniard struck again to send the Hornets to only their second FA Cup final.

Here, we take a look at some of the best photographs from Sunday’s semi-final clash at Wembley.

Wembley Stadium

Fans flock to Wembley Stadium ahead of the match (John Walton/PA)

Wolves fans

Wolves fans came out in force for the semi-final (Nick Potts/PA)

Watford fans

Watford fans ahead of the clash at Wembley (Nick Potts/PA)

Matt Doherty

Matt Doherty opened the scoring for Wolves after 36 minutes (John Walton/PA)

Nuno Espirito Santo

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, a former goalkeeper during, catches a loose ball (Tim Ireland/AP)

Raul Jimenez (far right)

Raul Jimenez (far right) donned a wrestling mask after doubling Wolves’ lead just after the hour (Nick Potts/PA)

Troy Deeney

Troy Deeney’s late penalty equaliser for Watford took the tie to extra-time (John Walton/PA)

Gerard Deulofeu

Gerard Deulofeu celebrates after Troy Deeney (not pictured) equalised from the penalty spot (Nick Potts/PA)

Gerard Deulofeu

Deulofeu was then on target himself with the winner at Wembley 104 minutes in (Nick Potts/PA)

Watford v Wolverhampton Wanderers – FA Cup – Semi Final – Wembley Stadium

Wolves fans appear dejected after match (Nick Potts/PA)

Ken Sema (centre top)

Contrasting emotions for the winners and losers after the final whistle (John Walton/PA)

Javi Gracia (centre) and Abdoulaye Doucoure (right)

Watford manager Javi Gracia (centre) and Abdoulaye Doucoure (right) celebrate reaching the FA Cup final (John Walton/PA)

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