However, the Arsenal football has a huge connection with the FA cup title hence the need resilient toward the title at all times.
Arsenal was not given the opportunity to showcase their full play possession initially at Wembley stadium by Pep Guardiola guys, but at the end of the competition it was the Gunner that stole the show not Manchester city this time around. The victory of Arsenal against has Manchester city qualified them a place in the coming FA cup final.
The players were motivated as a result of intensive training they had done before the match as every players play their role as expected which later resulted in victory.
The club happened to have eliminated Liverpool in Mid-week which was a luck on their part, as this evidence in enough for them have defeated their rival Manchester city by 2-0 on Saturday evening.
However, the club manager has been experiencing some dark days since the first half of season, now with latest performance it is evident now that there definitely a bright day ahead for north London team.
Considering, the past record of the clubs encounters, Manchester city was defeated by Arsenal in the semi-final of FA cup in 2017, they had Played them seven times, lost all the seven conceding 20goals and scored just 2goals.
The club put the past record behind and went all out to secure the 21st FA cup final where they are possibly going to be facing Manchester united or Chelsea on August 1 2020.
Arsenal has also been experiencing some set back in premier league in times past.The team is behind Burnley on the table before the kick-off. As result of the recent performance the manager has proved that there are good things coming the way of the club.
It Crystal clear that there are clear distinctions in terms of quality among the three clubs, Manchester city, Arsenal and Liverpool but the performance of Arsenal under Arteta can not be underestimated.
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang happened to have scored the two goals for Arsenal making it his 24th and 25th goals of the season.
Let keep crossed as Arteta boys proceed to FA final.
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