Moses’ Dive Spoils Show for Chelsea in Arsenal’s FA Cup Triumph

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.….Despite Landing FA Cup for Arsenal, Club’s Shareholder Asks Wenger to Go
After an impressive performance this season under his new boss, Nigerian winger, Victor Moses’ critical display has denied Chelsea and Antonio Conte a double after the Premier League triumph.
Despite Chelsea’s many disappointments in the game, Taylor had to send wingback Victor Moses off the pitch after a second bookable offence for going down too easily in what the Referee saw as an apparent dive in the Arsenal box.
The Gunners were looking to restore some pride after a largely disappointing season under Wenger in the Champions League and the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger lifts the FA Cup trophy for the 7th time recording the highest number of win for any coach in FA Cup history
The north London side finished in fifth place in the Premier League table and a point behind Liverpool to miss out on a Champions League spot.
Arsenal crashed out of Europe’s premier club competition earlier this term when the Gunners lost 10-2 to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich on aggregate.
In the FA Cup final with the Premier League champions, Chelsea Alexis Sanchez broke the deadlock in the fourth minute to give Arsenal a slender lead.
Aaron Ramsey restored Arsenal’s lead after Diego Costa levelled for 10-man Chelsea following Victor Moses’ sending off.
However, Arsenal’s win has failed to convince some of the club’s shareholders. Morgan, a shareholder at the club when asked whether he would change his mind about Wenger, yet reiterated his desire to see the French coach leave.
Morgan wrote on Twitter : “Why would any sane Arsenal fan be Wenger in? We’ve become a laughing stock.
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