Sunday, April 7, 2019. One of the great days in Watford's history. And one of the great FA Cup semi-final comebacks.

With a little more than 10 minutes remaining Wolverhampton Wanderers already had one collective boot in the final after Raul Jimenez had added to Matt Doherty's first-half opener to put Nuno Espirito Santo's men 2-0 up.

The Hornets increasingly needed a lucky break or a moment of brilliance to give themselves hope. Step forward the magical right foot of substitute Gerard Deulofeu to strike a brilliant chip beyond the helpless John Ruddy to provide hope.

Watford sensed their opportunity but as the game ticked into injury-time it looked increasingly like their hopes of reaching a second final in the club's history were gone. Then Abdoulaye Doucoure played a pass infield to Troy Deeney, he shifted the ball out of his feet only to be sent tumbling by Leander Dendoncker in the penalty area.

Referee Michael Oliver had the ideal view, waited a moment and then pointed to the spot. Cue pandemonium behind the goal.

The VAR check meant Deeney had a couple of minutes to ponder what to do with the spot kick, but once Oliver's decision was confirmed, the skipper composed himself and went for power, blasting the ball beyond Ruddy to incrredibly take the time to extra-time.

Momentum was now very much with Watford, but their opponents started the additional half hour the better. Just before the interval though, came what proved to be the decisive moment as Deeney and Andre Gray combined to play in Deulofeu who used his pace before sliding a composed finish beyond Ruddy to make it 3-2.

We'll bring you some more images from the match itself later today, but for now savour the celebrations after Watford Football Club reached the 2019 FA Cup Final.