Mikel Arteta Stuns Former Boss as Arsenal Crush City to Qualify for FA Finals
By Adesamwrites | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 1 views
Football fans are in awe as Arsenal crush Manchester city in a 2-0 match at Wembley Stadium. The recently concluded match qualified Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal to qualify for FA cup finals.
Reactions have been trailing this match as many are left speechless with the low performance of Guardiola’s City.
Arteta who was an assistant coach to Pep Guardiola during his stay in Ethiad, Manchester City stuns his former boss by taking his team to the finals. This is the first time Arteta is winning against Guardiola’s after he departed City.
Speaking on the loss, Guardiola claimed everyone is human and it is okay to make mistakes at times while Arsenal and their fans are in jubilation mood with their recent victory.
Arsenal are now scheduled to meet wth Frank Lampard’s Blues, Chelsea for the final match. Winning the 2020 F.A Cup will be a great milestone for Arsenal and their only trophy for the 2019/2020 football season.
Many congratulations to Arsenal and Mikel Arteta.
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