5 things missed from Arsenal vs Chelsea including cheating accusations and Pulisic bravery

Mikel Arteta has his first piece of silverware as a manager after guiding Arsenal to a 2-1 win over Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

Chelsea came out of the blocks quickest in the Wembley showpiece as Christian Pulisic opened the scoring after six minutes.

The American danced through Arsenal’s defence before slotting past Willy Caballero with the Gunners defence left stunned.

But Arteta’s side soon started to find their feet and began to pile the pressure on the Blues with Cezar Azpilicueta going off injured.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang converted from the spot before the half hour mark after being fouled in the box to level the score.

The striker delivered the goods again late in the second half with a stunning individual finish to crown his side champions as Arsenal held on after Mateo Kovacic saw red for the Blues.

Here’s five things you may have missed from an entertaining afternoon at Wembley.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made no mistake converting from the penalty spot
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Bellerin goes old school

Hector Bellerin may well be a fashion icon in the football world but he’s certainly not about the iPhone camera life.

As is customary with big games at Wembley, players are allowed onto the pitch before kick off to take in the occasion.

Players are often seen taking a few snaps to remember the big day and Bellerin was no different.

Except the Arsenal defender took all his photos on what looked like a retro disposable camera!

Those snaps could certainly be worth a few quid.

Hector Bellerin turned club photographer with his disposable camera pre-match
(Image: Twitter/MOTD)

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