Arsenal emerged victorious after a neat FA Cup final display against the champions of England, triumphing against the Blues with a 2-1 scoreline.
It was an exciting game, and we will let Tweets describe all the moments from start to end.
A tribute to the victims in the attacks at Manchester took place before the match started. It was a powerful moment at the Wembley.
A fitting tribute to the victims of the Manchester attack.
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) May 27, 2017
Sanchez broke the deadlock for Arsenal with just 4 minutes on the clock
— Sky Football (@SkyFootball) May 27, 2017
Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal this season…
Special player! pic.twitter.com/YAQiaEL8a1
— GeniusFootball (@GeniusFootball) May 27, 2017
It looked like Sanchez handled the ball using his hands
Handball!!! How can referee not see that one pic.twitter.com/3SdYKCyEJo
— Shed Hender (@ShedHender) May 27, 2017
And Ramsey seemed offside before Sanchez slotted the ball into the net
Ramsey was clearly offside as Sanchez burst through but was deemed not to be interfering with play. #FACupFinal
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) May 27, 2017
Twitter went berserk
Offside, handball, pick. Don’t say it wasn’t offside either, Ramsey goes towards the ball to play it. Rules are clear. Pathetic officiating.
— Kristian Sturt (@FootieWriter) May 27, 2017
I mean in all fairness to the ref he’s in an awful position and Sanchez has his arms in a natural position. That’s how I walk normally… pic.twitter.com/ZAmwIjrMHD
— Chelsea FC (@AbsolutelyCFC) May 27, 2017
How many handball decisions against us is it, 6 this season alone? Bizarre.
— #ChampionsDaily (@CarefreeDaily) May 27, 2017
Legal in every way.
No handball on Alexis, his chest.
No offside on Ramsey, not involved in the play.
Just a determination-brought goal.
— Fouad (@FouadAFC) May 27, 2017
Just watched replay handball should have been called before you even debate whether Ramsey attempts to play the ball (which I think he does)
— Kyle Martino (@kylemartino) May 27, 2017
But the sparks ignited in the 68th minute, when referee Anthony Taylor sent off Moses
— SuperSport (@SuperSportTV) May 27, 2017
Red card for Moses! Get your diving ass out!
— Arsenal (@Arsenalgorithms) May 27, 2017
That dive from Victor Moses. pic.twitter.com/4cD1ijaxuG
— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) May 27, 2017
And then came 2 quick fire goals!
NEVER EVER DOUBT DIEGO COSTA, NEVER! THE MAN!!
— Chelsea HQ (@Chelsea_HQ) May 27, 2017
Diego Costa plays like a man who wouldn’t think twice about abandoning his home country for a chance at glory with another
— Zito (@_Zeets) May 27, 2017
2014: Aaron Ramsey scores in the FA Cup final vs. Hull.
2017: Aaron Ramsey scores in the FA Cup final vs. Chelsea.
Big games. Big goals. pic.twitter.com/3YsbJCeslU
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 27, 2017
— afcvideo (@afcvideo) May 27, 2017
Diego Costa equalises.
Aaron Ramsey retakes the lead for Arsenal. pic.twitter.com/58mcHAVkAw
— bet365 (@bet365) May 27, 2017
38 – There were just 38 seconds between Olivier Giroud coming on as a substitute and the Frenchman providing the assist. Gamechanger.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 27, 2017
Hard work paid off and Arsenal defended till the end and won the cup
FT: Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea
A superb display from Arsenal sees them crowned FA Cup winners for a record 13th time.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 27, 2017
History maker, record breaker…. ARSENAL ARSENAL ARSENAL…..
— Kehinde Idowu (@kenny_keisha09) May 27, 2017
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) May 27, 2017
Only Fair Chelsea hand over their league title. CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND pic.twitter.com/BqjoFy1yvc
— The Gunners Way (@TheGunnersWay) May 27, 2017
CHelSeA wiLL wIn tHe fA cUp pic.twitter.com/ZMX297ZNmb
— Eddy Esu (@ed_esu) May 27, 2017