Arsenal with success secured yet one more record for the history books with Saturday night's convert Manchester town. The Gunners defeated the voters via a 2-0 scoreline within the fa Cup semi-final tie at Wembley to book their twenty first final in the cup - a brand new competition record.
Despite beating city within the build-up to the cup encounter, the chances were massively stacked against the Emirates outfit. However, a nineteenth minute opener by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang steered Mikel Arteta's men within the right direction and sparked optimism for predictions to be defied.
With below twenty minutes left to play, the Gabun internation affected once more to place the sport to bed, matching a club record as a result. the result afterward unemployed Arsenal to a record twenty first solfa syllable final of that the Gunners (with thirteen titles) have conjointly won the trophy over any club within the competition.
Meanwhile, on an evening during which 2 moments of individual brilliance in attack verified to be rewardable for Arsenal, David Luiz's performance at the rear landed him the tag as his side's hero. In recent months, the Brazilian has come back beneath large scrutiny for a series of poor performances however delivered a person of the Match-worthy performance on Saturday to stay Guardiola's forbidding facet cornered.
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