Aaron Ramsey's extra time winner helped Arsenal end their nine-year trophy drought as the Gunners beat Hull City 3-2 in the FA Cup final at the Wembley on Saturday.
Playing in their first major final, Hull stunned Arsenal by going 2-0 up inside eight minutes, thanks to goals from James Chester and skipper Cutis Davies. Chester clipped the ball in the bottom-left corner after a set piece for the first goal, while fellow defender Davies rattled the net from a tight angle on a rebound soon after.
After going 0-2 down, Arsenal made a stunning comeback, first to level the match and then to score the winner. Santi Cazorla was the first to score for the north Londoners, from his 17th minute free-kick. Laurent Koscielny scored the equaliser from a close range, 19 minutes from time.
Ramsey completed the amazing turnaround in the 109th minute, when he tucked home a loose ball after Olivier Giroud's back-heel from the edge of the penalty spot.
As the nine-year silverware drought came to an end for Arsenal, the celebrations began at the Wembley. Manager Arsene Wenger praised the team for scripting a stunning come-from-behind victory.
"We wanted to make history tonight and win the game and we did that in both ways - how not to start the cup final and how to come back," said Wenger.