The Telegraph values your comments but kindly requests all posts are on topic, constructive and respectful. So do the Arsenal players.He steps up... and hits a pretty useless shot straight down the middle over the bar. But the feeling is the same. Ross Barkley replaces Mason Mount.Substitution, Chelsea. Arsenal's 14th FA Cup win. Willy Caballero will probably start over Kepa, as Lampard's confidence in his club's record signing drops ever deeper towards the core of earth.Kick off is 5:30pm and you can watch the game on BBC One or BT Sport.

The latest offers and discount codes from popular brands on Telegraph Voucher Codes The United States international became the first American to score in an FA Cup final, and he might have scored again in the minute after half-time but his muscle tore as he prepared to shoot.Later on there was another moment when Emiliano Martinez looked like he might have handled outside his area although the replays appeared to show that while his feet were over the line his hands were the right side of it. Taylor booked Dani Ceballos for demanding the second yellow card before he then belatedly gave that second yellow to Kovacic – a bad decision which Var could not rescue him from.Chelsea finished the 11 minutes of time added on with nine players after Pedro’s departure despite making five substitutions, and there was to be no way back for them. Chelsea are getting their wide forwards into central positions and it is causing havoc behind Arsenal's midfield line.Yeh. Arsenal won the FA Cup final over Chelsea on Saturday with a 2-1 victory. From the moment he set off in pursuit of Aubameyang in the 26th minute, the Chelsea captain was grasping desperately for a handhold and eventually found it with his left hand on the striker’s right shoulder.The Arsenal captain delayed his tumble until he reached the area.

Sport > Football > FA & League Cups Arsenal vs Chelsea result: Player ratings as Gunners emerge victorious from dramatic FA Cup final. A rookie managerial season like no other for Mikel Arteta, who was appointed in a crisis at Christmas and over the following months presided over some familiar Arsenal calamities in the league and Europe. There were ten points and four places between these two sides in the league which is some ground for Arteta to make up next season although this represented a very good start on that.He's an incredible season again, we demand a lot of work, we expect the big player to turn up in these big games.

Callum Hudson-Odoi replaces Antonio Rüdiger.Substitution, Chelsea. He asks a lot of his players and he will now be in a position to ask for the players more capable of delivering it.Much came down to the finishing of Aubameyang who switched the ball from his right foot to his left for a sublime second goal. Arsenal's talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang worked his Wembley magic once again as they came from behind to beat Chelsea and win the FA Cup for a record 14th time.The Gabon forward drew Arsenal level from the penalty spot before the break after he was fouled by Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta, then produced a moment of world-class finishing to make the defining contribution to the first behind-closed-doors FA Cup final.Chelsea were hampered by a first-half injury to Azpilicueta and were struggling even further when they lost the outstanding Pulisic to a hamstring problem after the break.As the Blues battled to overcome those setbacks, the brilliant Aubameyang was able to give Mikel Arteta silverware in his first season as the Gunners' manager.Aubameyang, who Arsenal are understandably desperate to secure on a new long-term contract, turned Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma inside out in the 67th minute before delivering the most audacious finish, chipping over keeper Willy Caballero from an angle.Chelsea's agony increased further when Mateo Kovacic was very harshly sent off for a second yellow card, awarded by referee Anthony Taylor for the most innocuous of challenges on Granit Xhaka.Arsenal closed out the win to secure a place in the Europa League next season but it was bitter disappointment for Chelsea manager Frank Lampard at the conclusion of his first campaign in charge.