Arsenal and Wenger Set New Record After Lashing Aston Villa 4-0.

Ya! We made it! I am so happy right now, happy to that point where no silly thing done to me by anyone will make me feel bad. Oh Arsenal! You are the best and my only love.

Arsenal beat Aston Villa in the FA Cup final which held at Wembley today. It was a goal riot that saw us score four goals past the Villa goalkeeper who could do nothing to deny us from hitting the net on several occasions. Our opponents were just so helpless that they could not manage to pose any serious threat. They had no goal at all in the game, 4-0 was the final score.

Arsenal got their first goal in the 40th minute when Alexis Sanchez nodded down Nacho Monreal’s cross, giving Theo Walcott the chance to smash a half-volley past Shay Given. The first half ended 1-0.

The second half kicked off and Arsenal continued their domination. Five minutes into the half, the second came from Sanchez. It was the best goal of the game. The Chilean collected the ball and struck a 25-yard screamer in.

The third came in the 62nd minute from a Santi Cazorla corner which Per Mertesacker did well to nod into the net. Benteke was there but the German escaped him and poked past the stranded Villa goalkeeper.

Walcott and Ozil were taken off to be replaced by Giroud and Wilshere. Giroud scored our last when Chamberlain who was a late substitute sent in a low cross which the French striker tucked in from the near post.

At full time, it was 4-0 and it was all jubilations at Wembley as Arsenal were crowned 2014/15 FA Cup winners. This is their second in two consecutive seasons. Last season’s edition saw them secure a 3-2 win over Hull City.

This one is Arsenal’s 12th FA Cup title, making them the first club to win twelve. The Gunners are now the most successful club in FA Cup history. Arsene Wenger also set a record as the first manager to win six FA Cup titles in the post-war era.

Congratulations Arsenal! You all were awesome today. Better things to come as from next season. This is a sign of more progress. Let’s win the Premier League next.

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