West Ham scored four of their six penalties in the shoot-out

West Ham reached the Women’s FA Cup final for the first time with a sudden-death shootout victory over Reading.

Rachel Furness’ powerful header gave Reading the lead in normal time but Alisha Lehmann prodded West Ham level.

Reading’s Fara Williams – who clipped the bar in the first half – then hit the post with a penalty before firing a gilt-edged chance wide in injury time.

After extra time produced no further goals, Cho So-hyun scored the winning spot-kick to send West Ham to Wembley.

More to follow.

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