Arsenal took their chances with a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang double to overcome Manchester City and reach the FA Cup final, after a stirring display at Wembley.
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Match: Arsenal v Man City
Venue: Wembley Stadium
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Mikel Arteta got one over on his former mentor Pep Guardiola with a sweet FA Cup semi-final victory over Man City on Saturday, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang taking all the plaudits and the man of the match award.
Arteta was full of praise for his players post-match, with the Spaniard noting that he hoped Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would come to the way of think that the Gunners are ‘going in the right direction’ – amid talk around the striker’s future.
Speaking to reporters from BT Sport after the game, the manager also gave a special mention to Arsenal fans who couldn’t witness Saturday’s performance in-person;
“I’m extremely happy and proud of the players. I’m sad that we can’t enjoy this moment with our fans.”
Nicolas Pépé and Kieran Tierney turned providers on the day to set up the two Aubameyang goals – taking the Gambian international’s tally in all competitions to 25 this season.
David Luiz went a long way to redeeming himself after his nightmare display in this fixture at the restart of the Premier League, but at Wembley the Brazilian put in a resolute display that will have been encouraging for all Gunners fans to see.
A week that has seen Arsenal win both against the newly-crowned champions Liverpool and now Manchester City will give Arteta and the fans watching from afar belief that this is a pivotal time for the club. Silverware is in touching distance and also the chance to qualify for Europe, which may prove tricky via the league.
Arsenal will play either Chelsea or Manchester United in the FA Cup final.