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Tom Rostance

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  1. Post update

    And with that, we bid you farewell. Arsenal will face Chelsea in the FA Cup final. We shall see you there. 

    Stick around tonight though - it's El Clasico! 


    Liverpool 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Christian Benteke has scored twice to give Crystal Palace a massive win at Anfield.

    Follow the reaction here.

  3. The highlights are in

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    How the game was won - and lost - at Wembley...

  4. More from Pep

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Pep guardiola

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola speaking to Match of the Day: "Congratulations to Arsenal. We will come back stronger next season.

    "We are not in final. We tried to do it, to create more chances so I don't have regrets. We tried to do what we wanted to do.

    "We have three or four days to recover. Today we are sad and as soon as possible we will stand up.

    "We tried to change many things. Some days we did it but results show who you are, they could be better, could be worse." 

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    SMS Message: City have been drifting ever since they sacked Mancini. This obsession with becoming the new Barcelona, and tiki taka football has taken us backwards. Under Mancini we nearly always beat the other top teams, now we hardly ever do. Frustrating. from Dave, Manchester.
    Dave, Manchester.
  6. Pressure on Pep?

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    When asked about the referee's decisions in the game, Pep Guardiola said: "I am not a referee, unfortunately. It doesn’t matter, I don’t want to talk about that."

    When asked about added pressure about missing out on a final, he responds: "Like in my past, the pressure will be on my shoulders until the last day of my career."

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    John Madrid: Sack Guardiola after one season? Mans had more success in his career than Citys entire history! Give him time.

    Sadozaie: Haters of Pep lets not forget City hit the woodwork twice and were robed off clear cut penalty and a definite goal IN normal time 

  8. 'We are sad but we have to stand up'

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Sergio Aguero

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "In games like this, you can’t expect to control all the situations but we did most of the time.

    "We performed like we would want to in a final. We did absolutely everything. Congratulations to Arsenal. We’ll improve next season. We competed here, we had more chances but the finishing was like it has been throughout the season. 

    "We played like we wanted to and that’s all. We are sad but tomorrow we have to stand up to finish the games we still have to play.

    "I don’t have regrets about the team. We just have to compete in these games. We are here for the results. Next season we will be stronger."

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    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

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    SMS Message: Really poor from City. I don't care how many passes we put together if we don't create anything. All of our chances came from pretty much nothing, not from playing the system. I think this is the end for a number of City's players now. And Pep has a lot of work to do over the summer. from Gareth in Fareham
    Gareth in Fareham
  11. 'A great team performance'

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City


    Arsenal goal

    Asked about his change of formation, Arsene Wenger said: “In this period we needed more security, a bit more defensive stability. The players looked comfortable in the position they were playing.

    "It was not only those who scored goals [who played well]. Many people, Ozil has shown again today he can fight. Overall it was a great team performance."

    Asked about his future, Wenger said: "People can question my decision but not my loyalty and commitment to the club.”

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    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

  13. 'We became stronger and stronger'

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City


    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to BT Sport: "I am very proud of our performance and spirit. I felt we became stronger. In the first half maybe we were a bit cautious, accepting to be dominated, and then we became stronger and stronger. It was a very tight game but overall I think we deserved to win the game.

    "We went through a difficult period. I will talk one day about that. I feel players showed great togetherness today."

  14. 'Sanchez will be here next year'

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City


    Alexis Sanchez

    More from Arsene Wenger: "Alexis Sanchez was like the team. He had problems to start and became stronger and stronger. He is an animal, always ready to kill the opponent. He will never give up. He will be here next year because he has a contract and hopefully we will manage to extend him.

    "When at Arsenal football club we want the team to turn up in big games and I think we done that today. Overall I am very pleased. People questioned us, we went through tough times. In these times you can be divided or united and today we have shown the right response."

  15. 'Sanchez like an animal'

    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City


    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to Match of the Day: "I am very pleased, it was a big game today. Overall it was a great performance not only technically but mentally. We became stronger and in the end deserved to win the game.

    "The team performance was there. When the players give their best and are completely focused you always stand up for them.

    "We were close to scoring and on the break they are very good. We lost the ball and conceded the goal but we showed the right response."

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    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    Marc Overmars

    Alexis Sanchez is Arsenal’s top scorer in games at Wembley, with four goals – he overtook Marc Overmars and Ian Wright on three goals.

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    Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

    Arsene Wenger says he is very proud of his side's performance, and says they became 'stronger and stronger' as the game wore on. 

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    SMS Message: City refuse to learn from the past. How did Einstein define madness again? Can we please practice defending next season now? Insanely one would not hold out much hope. from John, Little Hulton
    John, Little Hulton
    SMS Message: Remember those pundits who predicted that Guardiola would win everything in his first year, who predicted he would win nothing? from George, Walsall.
    George, Walsall.
  19. What next?

    Manchester City

    For City it's an extra day off - but then the derby against Manchester United on Thursday which suddenly looks like a Champions League qualifier. 

  20. What next?


    Arsenal face Leicester on Wednesday evening. The Gunners are seventh in the league, albeit with games in hand. Time to move on up?