Oxlade Surprised Moses Was Sent Off In Cup Final

Cesc Fabregas and Nemanja Matic

Cesc Fabregas and Nemanja Matic

"I have always been very clear".

Arsenal have won the FA Cup three times in the last four seasons and Ramsey has now bagged the victor twice. "I could feel that the trust of the team and of the coaching staff is vital in those moments when you struggle and when you are out". "I just have to give him credit, because there were a lot of people saying he can't deliver anymore, but still his team is able to do that".

Asked if he would be preparing a presentation ahead of the meeting, Wenger said: "The best presentation is to watch the game".

'Honestly, I did not see the situation, ' the Italian said via FourFourTwo.

Diego Costa equalised for Chelsea late in the second half, after Chelsea had lost Victor Moses to a second yellow card for diving, but Wenger's men had the ideal response as Aaron Ramsey bagged the winner three minutes later.

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Referee Anthony Taylor consulted the linesman before awarding the goal to Arsenal. "We played some games in a hostile environment and that I can't accept". "They surprised us a bit, but our first 25 minutes weren't good", Conte rightly pointed out after the game. Their conquerors on the day would love to swap the FA Cup to be in their shoes right now, and one must not forget the ability of the players Chelsea have at their disposal.

That came on the back of a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich in this season's competition, with some sections of supporters calling on Wenger to leave this summer, rather than sign fresh terms when his current contract expires next month.

However, with the season ending on a high with the FA Cup victory over Chelsea on Sunday morning (AEST), it appears the club is now ready to announce Wenger's new deal.

Indeed, the German giant finished up with the most clearances, aerial duels won and shots blocked of any Arsenal player, whilst weighing in with two tackles and one clearance.

Pinpointing Wenger's decision to switch to a three-man defence late in the season as the key to Arsenal's FA Cup glory, Ramsey said: "Of course I want him to stay at club".

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