Alexis Sanchez scored the winner for Arsenal to reach their third FA Cup final in four years. The FA Cup may be the Chilean striker’s only chance at silverware with the club, as he’s been linked with moves away from London.
Manchester City will feel extremely hard done to as they hit the woodwork twice and a ‘goal’ by Aguero was disallowed as assistant referee Steve Child flagged Leroy Sane’s cross to have gone out of play, when replays show that it hadn’t. Many pundits and referee professionals have criticised the assistants dissension claiming he, and all officials, need to be fully sure when making a decision as critical as that.
Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had a fantastic game and showed quick bursts of pace, great footwork and some accurate crossing. He takes the boohooMAN of the match.
Arsenal will face Chelsea, who beat Premier League rivals Tottenham, in an exciting 4-2 win in their semi-final battle. Willian bagged 2 with a 5 minute goal and a penalty, Hazard joined the score sheet and Matic scored a rocket of a shot that left the whole of Wembley in awe.
The teams go head to head at Wembley stadium, May 27th. Could this Chelsea’s second trophy of the season?