Monday, May 19, 2014

Ramsey- Raha sana, naoa

Red alert: Arsenal fans enjoy their team's FA Cup win over HullEnter the Dragon: The Welshman scored the extra-time winner as Arsenal came back to beat Hull 3-2Hero: Aaron Ramsey was close to tears after scoring the goal that ended Arsenal's trophy droughtRealisation: Ramsey admitted waking up the next day and having to check that the victory 'really did happen'Piling on: Arsenal's players jumped straight on the Welshman after he clinched the win late onOn top of the world: Jack Wilshere slides in to celebrate with Ramsey after his 109th minute finishThey've done it! Aaron Ramsey's extra time winner saw Arsenal end their nine-year trophy drought at WembleyRelief: Jack Wilshere celebrates winning the FA Cup with ArsenalLong wait: Arsenal had been waiting nine years to get their hand on a piece of silverwareMatch winner: Aaron Ramsey scored the crucial goal which saw Arsenal win the FA CupShower time: Lukas Podolski of pours beer over Wenger after their FA Cup win
Arsène Wenger has revealed that his double substitution in extra-time was a calculated gamble in a bid to avoid a penalty shoot-out.

The Frenchman introduced Tomas Rosicky and Jack Wilshere for the final 15 minutes, and it paid off as their fresh legs helped Arsenal clinch a late winner.
 Shower time: Wenger, visibly soaked, celebrates victory with his players
Despite their shoot-out success in the semi-final against Wigan, Wenger did not want a repeat at Wembley on Saturday and did everything to avoid it.

“I had a funny feeling not to go to penalties,” the manager said. “I tried desperately not to go to penalties because I did not have many players on the pitch who were specialists at it. I tried to go for it before the end.
 Jubilant: Arsene Wenger got covered in beer by the Arsenal players after the victory
“It paid off but we had a horrible feeling for a long time in the game and in the end it was a relief. The job is how it finishes, all the rest nobody cares.

“Especially [taking off] Cazorla [was bold]. I must tell you Ozil I would not have put him on the penalty list, but Cazorla is a serious penalty taker and that’s why I was hesitant.
 Change of clothes: Wenger took off his shirt and swapped it for a dry one
“I was worried by the decision I was making because I had two strikers on the pitch. Jack is not a penalty taker, Rosicky is not a penalty taker. Giroud had cramp so it was difficult.

“The other problem I had was the hamstring of Gibbs. Before the end of the game, he had a hamstring problem and so I waited as long as possible but I tried to win it before the end.”
Arsenal's new strip! A champagne drenched Arsene Wenger confirmed he would sign a new contractRiding shotgun: Aaron Ramsey (L) and Kieran Gibbs (R) were at the front of the bus to show off the trophyCongestion charge: The open top bus leaves the Emirates in the distances as it travels through north LondonFirst of many? Arsenal fans will hope that winning the FA Cup will lead to winning more trophiesYoung Gunns: A pair of children Arsenal fans take in the parade on a sunny Sunday afternoon Aaron Ramsey
Aaron Ramsey has described his winning goal in the FA Cup final as the "most important" in his career.

The Welshman's extra-time strike sealed a thrilling comeback for the Gunners as they recovered from 2-0 down to beat Hull City at Wembley.Arsenal's new strip! A champagne drenched Arsene Wenger confirmed he would sign a new contractRiding shotgun: Aaron Ramsey (L) and Kieran Gibbs (R) were at the front of the bus to show off the trophyGood turn out! Thousands of fans flooded the streets to celebrate with their heroesThe Gaffer: Arsene Wenger (R) raises the trophy that might have decided his decision to stay at the club
Tottenham baiting: Jack Wilshere (C) to the opportunity to goad Arsenal's north London rivals

Ramsey's goal was his 16th of the season and the 23-year-old was delighted to end his remarkable campaign with a trophy.

"I had a few rash shots but I think I made up for it in the end," Ramsey said. "It was a great lay-off [from Giroud], I shouted for it and he back-heeled it. The goalkeeper has a lot less time to react when you finish it first time.Soaking: Wenger was soaked by his Arsenal players after their FA Cup win over Hull
In safe hands: Wojciech Szczesny, who did not play in the final, cradles the FA Cup in his armsBringing up the rear: Arsenal players stand at the back of the bus with the Emirates in the distance

"It was the most important goal of my time here. I've been really pleased with my form this year. I wouldn't have been able to do it without my team-mates but I'm just a bit gutted that I got injured.

"I'm just delighted to come back, make a big impact in a game and win the FA Cup.Room with a view: An Arsenal fan takes a picture of the historic day from her windowRelief: Arsenal fans celebrate Ramsey's winning goal against HullWe've done it: left to right, Santi Carzorla, Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker, Serge Gnabry, Lukas Podolski and Aaron Ramsey with the FA Cup in the dressing room at Wembley
Crock star: Theo Walcott, who missed the final through injury, was at hand to join in the celebrations

"I've got a good summer to look forward to. I'm getting married so it's going to be a happy one. Then after that I'll be looking forward to next season and [another] title push. We can hopefully have an opportunity to win a few more things."

Arsenal, Daily Mail

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