On the night, Zaha was unplayable at times. Brighton thwarted him for the first 20 minutes by doubling up on him but Zaha always managed to find space.
The 20-year-old really is gifted when he has the ball at his feet – just check out this video from FA TV.
His feet are phenomenally fast and certainly remind me of how Ronaldo used to attack defenders on the wing back in his Manchester United days.
Zaha will play his final game for Crystal Palace at Wembley and given how well he performed on the biggest of stages for Palace against rivals Brighton, there is nothing to suggest he can’t do what Nick Powell did last year and score in the play-off final.
I personally cannot wait to see Zaha at United because of how much of a rough diamond he is. At 20, he is extremely young but has already shown what he can do. United turned a greasy 18-year-old Ronaldo into the worlds best player and while comparisons with Ronaldo should be limited, Zaha does possess that natural confidence that the Portuguese winger always did and under the guidance of the staff at Carrington, there is no reason why Zaha cannot flourish into a world beater too.