Arsenal on Saturday became the most successful team in the FA Cup history as they claimed their 13th overall title and the seventh under the tutelage of controversial manager, Arsene Wenger.

It was an uneventful final for the Nigerian players as Alex Iwobi was rooted to the bench all through while his compatriot Victor Moses was sent off in the 68th minute for diving as Chelsea were beaten 2-1 at Wembley stadium.

The Gunners dominated much of the match, finding themselves a goal and a man up heading into the final 20 minutes, but their opponents refused to relinquish hope of a league and cup double.

Diego Costa struck to cancel out Alexis Sanchez's controversial earlier opener, only for Aaron Ramsey - also the hero here in the 2014 final - to nod home three minutes later to earn under-pressure boss Arsene Wenger his 10th major honour in English football.

The defeat meant Antonio Conte misses out on the double for the second time in his career, while Wenger is now the competition's most-successful ever boss - seven triumphs taking him ahead of legendary boss, George Ramsay.