Arsenal face last season's FA Cup final opponents in a rare Monday afternoon match. Despite the goalless draw with Chelsea, Arsenal head to Hull on a run of ten matches without defeat. Based on current form, this should be an easy three points for the Gunners, but of course no team can ever be taken for granted.
Nothing less than 3 points today #COYG— Laura Nugent (@LauraJane371) May 4, 2015
@Arsenal big game today need to win and need to get 3 points to go back into second place in the table #COYG— Ali Aziz (@786Aziz786) May 4, 2015
Waking up today, not knowing if it's St. Totteringham's day or not. Let's get those 3 points tonight #COYG #AFC— RYAN (@TellEmRye) May 4, 2015
Hoping for 3 points at the Kc stadium lets not under estimate Hull they can be a bitch of a side to beat at times #COYG— Mike Gunner Lewis (@cheesyballs2020) May 4, 2015
STRONG squad out tonight. Gonna be a tough game considering Hull's recent run. All the faith in the boys to get the 3 points. #COYG #afc— conrad (@Conrad__Miller) May 4, 2015
The final score of 1-3 flattered Hull. Arsenal had 68% of the possession and had almost three times as many shots on goal as Hull. Arsenal owned the first half and the game was pretty much done and dusted by the time half time rolled around.
Hull frustrated Arsenal for the first 25 minutes of the match but Alexis Sanchez broke the deadlock in the 28th minute with a sensational free kick that was deflected right in to the Hull goal. Five minutes later it was Aaron Ramsey's turn and Arsenal had a 0-2 lead. Before the half ended, Ramsey played provider for Sanchez and Arsenal went in to the break with a three goal lead.
Perhaps sensing that they had done enough, Arsenal seemed to concentrate on maintaining the ball in the second half rather than running up the score. This was a bit frustrating as Arsenal are now level on points with Manchester City but trail the billionaires on goal differential by two goals. Arsenal do have a game in hand, however.
A lapse in concentration led to a Hull goal on a header from Stephen Quinn in the 56th minute, but the end result was never really in any doubt.
An added bonus was the return of Jack Wilshere late in the match after having been out of action since November.
Arsenal's form continues to impress and Sanchez has now scored 24 goals for Arsenal this season. He's definitely Arsenal's player of the year!
In addition to the win, Arsenal fans were treated to the 20th annual St. Totteringham's Day celebration!! It's Happened Again!
#arsenal #gunners #arsenalfc #afc FACTS ONLY: It's the twentieth straight St. Totteringham's Day http://t.co/jQ3y2CnjSz— Gunners Fans (@arsenalnewsonly) May 5, 2015
Happy St Totteringham's Day! #ForeverInOurShadow #NorthLondonIsRed #Arsenal #COYG 🎉 [pic] — https://t.co/jNSIE5ydRr— Nana Timisela (@nanatimisela) May 5, 2015
Some great football by #Arsenal today. Owned possession, Alexis with a pair and nearly had a 3rd. Solid 3 points. #COYG #EPL— Bill Whitehead (@BillWhiteheadFL) May 4, 2015
Oh blessed day! It's St. Totteringham's Day!!! Awake the children with the cheer, and as always, be sure to mind th… pic.twitter.com/FgPtq2c1KF— Edward (@EPFGeBeorscipe) May 4, 2015
Monday, May 11, 2015 3PM EST Arsenal vs. Swansea
Swansea have become something of a bogey team for Arsenal so a trip to Wales will provide a tough test for Arsenal. The Gunners have been on an amazing run so confidence heading in to this match is high.
Arsenal hold the upper hand over Sheikh Mansour's team so hopefully they can return to London with all three points.
Match Day:- Arsenal v Swansea| Emirates Stadium| Ref: Kevin Friend| 8pm UK| Let get the three points| #COYG pic.twitter.com/xRnqST0TvF— We Love Arsenal (@tomgunner14) May 11, 2015
.@Arsenal team to play Swansea: Ospina, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Alexis, Giroud #AFCvSCFC— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 11, 2015
Hopefully another great performance from Arsenal tonight! Join me on @BreatheSport with @chris_kammy for it - http://t.co/EyLqeQRjEy— David Seaman (@thedavidseaman) May 11, 2015
Follow @Arsenal v Swansea LIVE on http://t.co/sQezPQoaea: http://t.co/jWvMVGHS8J pic.twitter.com/ZtSkfnBEuh— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) May 11, 2015
I think we will blow Swansea away tonight, its proven we are unbeatable at the moment! @arsenal #AFCvSCFC #COYG— David AFC Nicol (@Davidboinicol) May 11, 2015
Frustration, disappointment and overall disgust are the feelings all Arsenal fans must have felt after this match. Despite dominating the match from beginning to end, it was Swansea that walked away with the points. As if it was deja vu, the same player that handed us defeat at Swansea earlier in the season, came off the bench and scored the winner late in the match. Bafetimbi Gomis headed home in the 85th minute and that was that.
Arsenal had been on a fantastic run and of course it was bound to end at some point, but to lose in this fashion was a reminder of some of Arsenal's recent shortcomings. The team has had a tendency over the past few seasons to dominate possession, shots on goal and corners, yet end up without all three points. This one really hurt as on paper Arsenal should have taken the match. Unfortunately, Arsenal's finishing was missing and the needed goals never came. One lapse in concentration and Swansea scored. It was a frustrating match that needs to be seen as a blip as the club looks to finish in the top 3 and of course win a second consecutive FA Cup.
Arsenal 0-1 Swansea FT: Shots: 15-5 Possession: 62%-38% Chances created: 16-4 Pass accuracy: 91%-82% pic.twitter.com/kTHdzP6bAS— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 11, 2015
Final score; Arsenal 0 - Swansea 1. Swansea do the double over Arsenal, and it's all we deserved, inept 1st half, wasteful 2nd half! #AFC— Carl Bövis (@CarlBovis_AFC) May 11, 2015
One of those days. Just hope that City have one at Swansea too. Gutting, but had to applaud Lukasz.— John Bassett (@The1971JB) May 11, 2015
Still disappointed about last night but it's essential that we respond properly on Sunday. Up the Arsenal.— Yasmin Gooner (@Yasmin_Gooner) May 12, 2015
Yesterday's 1-0 loss to Swansea was Mesut #Özil's first PL home defeat since joining @Arsenal 20 months ago. pic.twitter.com/HyvzXRciVL— Messi Minutes (@MessiMinutes) May 12, 2015
Sunday, May 17, 2015 Arsenal at Manchester United
Arsenal hold the upper hand over Manchester United for third place, however, it's time that Arsenal gave Manchester United a defeat in front of their home fans. How Arsenal lost to this team at the Emirates earlier this season, is beyond me. The tide has turned and Arsenal are the superior team...it's time that they showed that. It'll be nice to give Judas a beating with his beloved Manure and watch LVG babble in his post match interview.
Here's to nothing less than an Arsenal victory!
Manchester United vs Arsenal is always the biggest game of the year for me. This rivalry was my childhood.— Arsenal News (@__arsenal_news_) May 17, 2015
Happy Sunday to you all arsenal vs man.u.can arsenal gun them down? For me this is a game the got to win .— Kanu Nwankwo (@papilokanu) May 17, 2015
A year ago today. @Arsenal Winning the FA Cup. Let's go and defend that beauty!COME ON ARSENAL #FACup #COYG #AFC ⚽️❤️ pic.twitter.com/ojo1cHRXaz— Cassie.(Aaron'sArmy) (@RamboLover16) May 17, 2015
Nerves have kicked in 😱 I am pacing around the house driving my other half nuts 😁 Arsenal #MUFCvAFC— Mrs Rosicky (@Nellypope67) May 17, 2015
Once again an Arsenal match versus Manchester United proved to be less than satisfying. Despite the fact that Arsenal have a better team and should have easily handled LVG's bunch, the Gunners went in to the half down 1-0.
The introduction of Theo Walcott in the second half added a bit of pace to the Arsenal attack and the breakthrough came in the 82nd minute when a deflected Theo Walcott cross gave the Gunners an equalizing goal. The goal was credited to ManUre defender Tyler Blackett as an own goal. Regardless Walcott had a lot to do with it and the match ended 1-1.
While it was disappointing in the end not to defeat LVG's club, the 1-1 draw guaranteed that Arsenal retained their spot above ManUre in the table. All in all, it was a good point away at Old Trafford.
The genius that is LVG replaced Rojo with Blackett (after Rojo made clearance and stoped Arsenal from scoring) we know the rest.. #afc #mufc— 1AW (@Lo0niiAFC) May 17, 2015
we'll take the point. crap 1st half again— Blöke in Brööklyn (@BrooklynShaun) May 17, 2015
Arsenal fans singing: "David de Gea, he's off to Real Madrid!" 😂😂😂😂 And Van Gaal ? pic.twitter.com/XtDhbbXApx"— ozil_facts (@ozil_facts) May 17, 2015
Man Utd v Arsenal. I guess i would have taken a point at the start but we had the chances to sneak all 3. pic.twitter.com/9NifJIXo95— David Price (@priceyd101) May 17, 2015
Arsenal haven't lost to a top 5 PL side in 2015 in all competitions. P W D GF GA GD 5 3 2 9 3 +6 Its not men against boys anymore.— Asim Yousuf (@AsimYousuf) May 17, 2015
LISTEN: Hear our commentary as @Arsenal strike late to secure a hard-fought point at Manchester United: https://t.co/yXEsmAxv9f #MUFCvAFC— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 17, 2015
Arsenal will confirm a third-placed finish, and a Champions League group-stage spot, with victory against the Black Cats at Emirates Stadium— AFCPressWatch™ (@AFCPressWatch) May 17, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 2:45PM Arsenal vs. Sunderland
Arsenal's game in hand sees Sunderland visiting the Emirates. On paper this should be a slam dunk and a victory is exactly what is expected. Arsenal are in the top 3 and Sunderland are hanging on by a thread to avoid the drop to the Championship.
Confidence is at a high heading in to this match and expectations are for a convincing Arsenal victory.
Everyone saying Sunderland will park the bus as they only need a point. We only need a point too. What if we parked the bus for a laugh?— Slippin' Jimmy (@crandall87) May 20, 2015
Arsenal need a point & haven't scored in their last 2 home games. Sunderland need a point & had 8 PL 0-0s. Something is screaming at me...— Mark Hirst (@MarkAHirst) May 20, 2015
ITS MATCHDAY!!!!!!!! IT'S ARSENAL VS SUNDERLAND. A WIN TODAY WILL SECURE OUR PLACE AT 3RD AND ABOVE MANCHESTER UNITED! #COYG— Arsenal News (@__arsenal_news_) May 20, 2015
Lovely sunshine at the Emirates Stadium ahead of the Arsenal vs Sunderland game. #AFC #AFCvSFC pic.twitter.com/OwxVSf0PK3— Jahan Miah (@AllAboutTheAFC) May 20, 2015
A match couldn't be more one sided than this and yet still be completely frustrating. The stats show that Arsenal dominated the game and should have been comfortable winners:Looking forward to #Matchday show tonight live in the studio @Arsenal v Sunderland at The Emirates stadium— Jimmy Carter (@JimmyCarter777) May 20, 2015
- Possession: Arsenal 75% Sunderland 25%
- Shots: Arsenal 28 Sunderland 7
- Parking The Bus: Arsenal 0% Sunderland 100%
Sunderland went in to the match knowing that a point would be enough to secure EPL survival and to their credit they had a game plan and stuck with it. Arsenal were on the attack throughout the entire match, but Sunderland kept their defensive shape and kept Arsenal from getting the breakthrough goal.
In the end it finished 0-0 and Sunderland celebrated as if they had won the league. The point for Arsenal pretty much locked up third place, but overall it was a pretty frustrating afternoon as Arsenal still had hopes of finishing second and the three points would have been deserved.
One more EPL match and then it's on to the FA Cup Final.
Arsenal 0-0 Sunderland. The host have secured thrid place finish despite falling to score at home, while the... http://t.co/8h3ILELAeL— ojo tosin (@Missmanu01) May 21, 2015
Walcott shines in cameo: Arsenal player ratings v Sunderland: Arsenal drew another blank at the Emira... http://t.co/2kkbacgvt3 #Arsenal— Arsenal News (@ArsenalLatest) May 21, 2015
Sunderland park the bus at Arsenal, secure Premier League status http://t.co/7DhleO0PWC— Tomáš Rosický News (@TRosickyNews) May 21, 2015
This is the PL table after Arsenal vs Sunderland. Arsenal need at least a draw in last game to gain 3rd. #AFC #PL ⚽ pic.twitter.com/VQGEFtOWMW— Jahan Miah (@AllAboutTheAFC) May 21, 2015
Sunderland ensure Premier League status: Sunderland managed a goalless draw at Arsenal to ensure their top fli... http://t.co/6DThJy7HGv— walexico xyborg (@Jamowale) May 20, 2015
Sunday, May 24, 2015 10AM Arsenal vs. West Brom
Here are your confirmed teams for @Arsenal's final @premierleague game of the season #AFCvWBA pic.twitter.com/sAxVtaw5zj"— #WeAreArsenal (@cecil_gunner19) May 24, 2015
Jack makes his 100th Premier League appearance this afternoon. Congratulations. pic.twitter.com/Y0yHpvRRzM— ArsenalFanTV (@arsenalfantv) May 24, 2015
Just 30 minutes left until kick-off! Here's the #Arsenal team warming up ahead of #AFCvWBA pic.twitter.com/LwjuwAHcaa— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 24, 2015
I'm going for a 3-1 win today ,we have to find our scoring boots before next Saturday #FACup— DjArsenal4 (@DJArsenal4) May 24, 2015
Theo Özil partnership was solid last season. Hope they click again today.— MH (@MHGooner95) May 24, 2015
Right, let's end the season on a high, no injuries, and then focus on the big one next Saturday! #COYG— Edwin Jabbari (@EdwinJabbari) May 24, 2015
Great reaction from Wenger after seeing Ramsey hit the post! https://t.co/p6jGky6i3J— Gordon (@Arsenal_Supremo) May 24, 2015
Arsenal vs West Brom 2015 *4-1* All Highlights [HD 720p] | West https://t.co/JXuI4aEbPN— Aisopos Heasly (@watemeqaped) May 30, 2015
We Have Made Progress This Season says Moh | Arsenal 4 West Brom 1 https://t.co/DeC3JOby17 via @YouTube— Trenthescreenwriter (@Goonertren) May 25, 2015
Arsenal 4-1 West Brom: Gunners Destroy Baggies to End Season on High http://t.co/54RQ1zJXXC pic.twitter.com/cbnrdWskDp— The Britwell Gooner (@Britwell_Gooner) May 24, 2015
Arsenal 4-1 West Brom player ratings as Theo Walcott stakes claim for FA Cup final spot http://t.co/uey7XH7CVI— GN 1883 (@Gunner1883News) May 24, 2015
FT: Arsenal 4-1 West Brom. A great way to round off the PL season. On to focusing and preparing for the FA Cup final. 🏆 #AFC #AFCvWBA— Jahan Miah (@AllAboutTheAFC) May 24, 2015
Saturday, May 30, 2015 12:30PM EST Arsenal vs. Aston Villa FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium
The last match of the season and what a big one this is. As the current holders of the FA Cup, Arsenal have the chance to retain their trophy with back to back FA Cup victories. The mood heading in to this match among Arsenal fans is confidence with a bit of caution. We've been down this road before and been left disappointed on numerous occasions. Even last year's FA Cup victory was an emotional roller coaster as Arsenal fell behind the inferior Hull by two goals only to come back and win the cup 3-2.
This year though, Arsenal are heading in to this match with a head of steam and a lot of confidence. Despite a bit of a speed bump with the Swansea and Sunderland matches, Arsenal got back on track with last weekend's final EPL match of the season versus West Brom. The return of Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott to the starting lineup proved a master stroke and the only problem Arsenal are facing heading in to the FA Cup Final is which players should be starting. That's a nice problem to have.
So fingers are crossed and viewing plans have been made. Here's to back to back FA Cup Trophies with a victory over Aston Villa!
Attention Gooners. Are your @Arsenal shirts ready? Tomorrow London is yellow. #StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/q3pHv7yDCu— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) May 29, 2015
It would be great to be able to re-make this if we win our record 12th #FACup. http://t.co/0m4nJKzAWz— Arsenal America (@arsenalamerica) May 29, 2015
"WHAT DID SHE WEAR??? pic.twitter.com/XiFvrLcWuS— ArsenalFanTV (@arsenalfantv) May 29, 2015
How to pack when traveling on a cup final weekend @FFactoryNY @ArsenalNYC @FresnoGooners @NashGooners #WeAreArsenal pic.twitter.com/4RA74Rvt2B— 11 cannons (@11cannons) May 29, 2015
.@AaronRamsey says the @Arsenal fans can make the difference at Wembley: http://t.co/JEOtEhzbyy #WeAreArsenal pic.twitter.com/0u5MkOhzVG— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 29, 2015
I don't care how we play or who scores the winner. Please, please, just retain that trophy. COYG. pic.twitter.com/F5Ls6BjFyN— #FACupFinal (@1886_blog) May 29, 2015
Tomorrow will be @Arsenal's 19th #FACupFinal a record for any team! A win will also be a record 12th #FACup success! pic.twitter.com/RQhO53vKrL— John (@John_AFC_Gooner) May 29, 2015
I can't wait for this moment today all over the world, Gooners family were ever you are looking forward to it #COYG! pic.twitter.com/KTaUEqJr2i— ebrahim salanje (@ebrahimsanje) May 30, 2015
What a performance from Arsenal!! Back to back FA Cup Championships it is for the Gunners after a display that can only be described as AWESOME.
This one was watched with other NYC Gooners down at O'Hanlon's on 14th Street and First Avenue and even 2 hours before kick off the place was packed!
For all the grief he has taken all season from pundits, haters and the #WengerOut brigade, Arsene Wenger showed that he knows exactly what he is doing. His decision to reward Theo Walcott's brilliant performance versus West Brom last weekend with a start over Olivier Giroud paid off big time.
Arsenal's breakthrough didn't come until the 40th minute, but despite the time it took to get on the score sheet, it never looked uncertain as to which team would come out victorious. Theo Walcott's left footed shot in to the left corner of the net got by Shay Given and Walcott's reaction was pure joy. (Based on Wenger's decision to start Theo and the player's reaction to scoring, it looks pretty likely that Walcott will be signing a new Arsenal contract).
Arsenal went in to the break 1-0 up and confidence was high. Of course, a one goal lead is never enough to put all nerves at ease.
Five minutes in to the second half, Alexis Sanchez gave Arsenal fans a reason to lose the nerves and start getting ready for a celebration. The sensational forward scored an absolute screamer that was just simply amazing! The Mirror described it like this:
But if Villa thought they had got away with a first-half chasing relatively unscathed, Sanchez took their breath away – along with the watching nation's oxygen supply – with a moment of magic five minutes after the restart.
Drifting in from the left flank, Sanchez hit a swerving, dipping missile from almost 30 yards that kissed the underside of Given's crossbar on its way in.
For half a second, there was a stunned silence at the east end of Wembley, where Arsenal supporters formed a bank or primrose yellow, and then the penny dropped in the fruit machine.
Sanchez had scored one of THE special FA Cup final goals, an absolute rocket. Think of Roberto Di Matteo's instant hit for Chelsea after 42 seconds against Middlesbrough 18 years ago and you get the picture.
For anorak value, Sanchez was only the second Chilean to score in the FA Cup final – the other was George Robledo for Newcastle against Arsenal 63 years ago.
But his first season at Arsenal has amounted to 25 goals, 13 assists and a trophy in 52 games. An absolute steal, even at £33 million.
The BFG, Per Mertesacker, was left unmarked on a corner in the 62nd minute and headed home the third.
Giroud came on as a sub in the 77th minute and got in on the act in added time. The Ox (also on as a sub in the 90th minute) sent in a cross which Giroud side footed home for Arsenal's fourth!
Seconds later the celebration was on and the singing inside of O'Hanlon's matched that taking place at Wembley.
Celebrating @arsenal FACup win with my favourite Gooner! #afc #facupfinal #12timechampions https://t.co/DJnIiJDDbQ— Chris Valcamp (@Valcamp77) May 30, 2015
Theo Walcott sits on the shoulders for Olivier Giroud celebrating Arsenal's victory. #WeAreArsenal #FACupFinal pic.twitter.com/XuKlh5FyU7— AFCPressWatch™ (@AFCPressWatch) May 30, 2015
Arsene Wenger @bbc606 "Proud to make history in English football" 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 #BBCFootball #FACupFinal pic.twitter.com/RTxlUUsfSv— juliette ferrington (@juliette_grace) May 30, 2015
Wenger after #FACupFinal glory: I have the hunger to continue at Arsenal http://t.co/xR5vBNu9Cy pic.twitter.com/SIK9HrzOLs— Goal UK (@GoalUK) May 30, 2015
.@Arsenal 4-0 @AVFCOfficial. #FACupFinal match report from @wembleystadium by @jamesrcallow http://t.co/wNoVbbpnEU pic.twitter.com/TeKtfRoIdr— Wembley Stadium (@wembleystadium) May 30, 2015
Hard to think of a player who's had a better 1st season in English football than Alexis Sanchez #AFC #FACupFinal— Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) May 30, 2015
What a brilliant #FACupFinal afternoon & amazing scenes at FT! :-) So, who fancies a parade tomorrow? #WeAreArsenal pic.twitter.com/nh6VmnBMFz— Nigel Mitchell (@MrNigelMitchell) May 30, 2015
Cazorla, with his 15th assist in all competitions this term, had more touches than any other player in this season’s #FACupfinal (100). #AFC— AFCPressWatch™ (@AFCPressWatch) May 30, 2015
.@Arsenal #FACupFinal winners 1930, 1936, 1950, 1971, 1979, 1993, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014, 2015 #record pic.twitter.com/fLzohd81kR— The FA (@FA) May 30, 2015
Arsenal scored 12 times against Villa this season and didn’t concede once. #WeAreArsenal #FACupFinal pic.twitter.com/TlAXPEtL1f— AFCPressWatch™ (@AFCPressWatch) May 30, 2015
Well done Arsenal!!! Well done Gunners! #Sanchez #GoalScoarer #cazorla #manofthematch https://t.co/1pDnvJpUoZ— robert pires (@piresrobert7) May 30, 2015
Champions! 🏆 Thank you everyone for your support! #WeAreArsenal #12Times #FaCupFinal #COYG https://t.co/l99m6vtb0g— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) May 30, 2015
We love FA CUP! pic.twitter.com/a33nCgfuUj— Olivier Giroud (@_OlivierGiroud_) May 31, 2015
⚽️ So happy to lift my first FA Cup!! Come on Gunners!!!thanks 🇬🇧👍🏻 pic.twitter.com/jM4dJpEIy2— Alexis Sánchez (@Alexis_Sanchez) May 30, 2015
Celebrating with my mate @_OlivierGiroud_ . #FACupChampions #ArsenalBrasil #WorldClassPlayer pic.twitter.com/Oe0p7dClkl— Gabriel Paulista (@gpaulista5) May 30, 2015
Just posted a photo https://t.co/cKoPnAviGK— Alex Ox-Chamberlain (@Alex_OxChambo) May 31, 2015
Congratulations @Arsenal well deserved victory absolutely clinical #FACupFinal pic.twitter.com/SVH22hlBLw— Jas Jassal BEM (@JasJassal01) May 30, 2015
Sunday, May 31, 2015 Arsenal FA Cup Victory Parade
Just posted a photo https://t.co/E9P0l9zEmq— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) May 31, 2015
In the bus, with a top guys👍 pic.twitter.com/pziTvX7iCJ— nacho monreal (@_nachomonreal) May 31, 2015
FA cup parade selfie! Thanks to all the fans for coming out today. pic.twitter.com/qKjI6vujCx— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) May 31, 2015
FA cup champions and an incredible celebration. Proud to be a #gooner @arsenal 🔴⚪️🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/E23PuI1jef— David Ospina (@D_Ospina1) May 31, 2015
Amazing atmosphere! Thank you to all the fans that have come out to celebrate with us! #WeAreArsenal #FACup pic.twitter.com/yaqwsVwPsL— Calum Chambers (@CalumChambers95) May 31, 2015
She wore! She wore! She wore a yellow ribbon! She wore a yellow ribbon in the merry month of May .... #BFG @Arsenal pic.twitter.com/9j1SEeBPFc— Per Mertesacker (@mertesacker) May 31, 2015
The FA cup stays at home for one more year. thank you for your support Merci Elle reste à la maison encore un an pic.twitter.com/KV98gdZQ4R— Koscielny (@6_LKOSCIELNY) May 30, 2015