Arsenal ended a frustrating and uncertainty season with their third FA Cup win in the last four season after beating 10-man champions Chelsea by 2-1 to win the trophy, with Arsene Wenger becoming the most successful manager in the history of the FA Cup history.
Gunners stumbled down to the fifth position on the premier league table and missed out on Champions League qualification, heated criticism of Arsene Wenger has reached unprecedented and has become an issue of discuss. Fans have also expressed their displeasure by calling for the head of the French manager.
But Arsene Wenger who will have to attend a board meeting on Tuesday next week to discuss his future with the club have at least delivered one cup this season, and it becomes even more significant because it was against an inform Chelsea who won the premier league this season with just two matches left to end the season.
Arsenal were sharper, determined, aggressive and more creative than Chelsea, their only anxiety coming when they led by just one goal after a first 45 minutes they dominated completely.
The win denies Chelsea an opportunity to complete a double, a feat which would have made Italian manager Antonio Conte complete the feat achieved by his fellow compatriot Carlos Ancelotti who did same with Chelsea.