Arsenal 2 Chelsea 1: Oxlade-Chamberlain recounts moment Moses dived

Arsenal 2 Chelsea 1: Oxlade-Chamberlain recounts moment Moses dived

Arsenal 2 Chelsea 1: Oxlade-Chamberlain recounts moment Moses dived

Antonio Conte defended Victor Moses as "an honest player" who would not try to cheat a referee after the Nigeria global was shown a second yellow card for diving in Chelsea's 2-1 defeat against Arsenal in Saturday's FA Cup final at Wembley.

There had been questions about whether Mertesacker would be ready to feature given his lack of playing time this season but the German did not disappoint with a brilliant performance.

Asked if he would be preparing a presentation ahead of the meeting, Wenger said: "The best presentation is to watch the game. We go home with a bad taste because of what has happened but for sure we would rather win the Premier League than the FA Cup". The only bit of advice I have for young coaches, if you have a tendency to be paranoid don't do this job. Ninety-nine percent of our fans are absolutely fantastic. "We have played some games in a hostile environment and I never accept that".

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"I will speak about his legacy when he stops training", Fabregas said of Wenger. Wenger said he will discuss his future at the club with the board on Tuesday, but he suggested he wants to stay and the FA Cup trophy makes it clear the board should keep him.

However, Arsenal would reel off four consecutive league wins to push the fight for a top-four place until the final day and despite a 3-1 victory over Everton, the Gunners missed out by one point.

With Laurent Koscielny suspended and Gabriel and Shkodran Mustafi out through injury, Wenger had to field a makeshift back three of Per Mertesacker - making his first start in 13 months - alongside Rob Holding and Nacho Monreal.

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"We went to work on Diego Costa", said Mertesacker, according to The Mirror.

"But I knew I didn't go anywhere near him and obviously it helped us to victory in the end". Performances like Saturday, after the semi-final, in a big game against Chelsea shows what we can do.

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