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SOUTH Africa's World Cup captain, Aaron Mokoena, Algerian Hassan Yebda and Ivorian Aruna Dindane were among the heroes as Portsmouth stunned Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday to reach the FA Cup final.
Ivory Coast skipper Didier Drogba struck the first goal as Chelsea also qualified for the FA Cup final.
John Obi Mikel (Chelsea) - The Nigeria midfielder was fortunate not to concede a crucial penalty as his side defeated Villa. Mikel appeared to trip Gabriel Agbonlahor in the first half at Wembley, but referee Howard Webb turned down appeals.
Emmanuel Adabayor (Manchester City) - The Togo striker scored twice as his side consolidated fourth place in the Premiership with a 5-1 win over Birmingham.
Aaron Mokoena (Portsmouth) - The South African gave a heroic display at centre-back as his team shocked Tottenham 2-0 at Wembley to reach the FA Cup final for the second time in three seasons.
Kagisho Dikgacoi (Fulham) - The South African midfielder helped his side to an impressive 0-0 draw at Liverpool. He was sent on as a 75th-minute substitute for Danny Murphy and, in his first appearance since the 2-0 defeat at Hull last month, kept the Reds at bay.
Samuel Eto'o (Inter Milan) - Playing right of centre in Jose Mourinho's attacking trident, Eto'o put in a tenacious performance capped by his side's second goal that momentarily put Inter 2-1 up.
Seydou Keita (Barcelona) - The Mali international produced an all-action midfield display, playing the entire 90 minutes as Barcelona defeated rivals Real Madrid 2-0 in 'El Clasico' to go three points clear at the top.
Hassan Yebda (Portsmouth) - The Algerian midfielder played for 87 minutes against Tottenham before being replaced by Nigerian John Utaka.
Aruna Dindane (Portsmouth) - The Ivory Coast striker produced a dynamic performance as his side reached the FA Cup final. - Sapa-AFP