Arsenal players are obviously in their best moods following their victory against City last night, precisely July 18, 2020. And the Gunners are celebrating their had fought victory against the blue side of the Manchester.
The Gunners took the celebration into their dressing room, with their deputizing goal keeper, Emi Martinez sharing their celebration photo, captioning it: "We are a team. We are United. We are a family. That's all that matters. Together we move to the final".
The North London side displayed one of their best performance in recent years to send Manchester City packing from this year's FA cup competition. The game which expectedly played in a closed had it venue at the famous Wembley Stadium.
(Photo credit: Emi Martinez's Instagram wall).
Though Man City dominated the game throughout the 90 minutes duration, but Arsenal took the lead in the 19th minute following a world class finish from Aubamayang. The Gabonese made it 2-0 in the 71st minute.
Though City fought so hard to get back into the game, but it was an effort in futility as the resilient and resurgent Arsenal side made sure there ran away with their sweet victory.
Arsenal have to wait the result between Chelsea vs Manchester United later today (July 19, 2020), to know their opponent in the final billed for 1 August, 2020.
(Photos credit: Arsenal's Instagram page).
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