Arsenal have ended the season on a high as they dispatch their London rivals, Chelsea, two goals to one to win a record 14th FA Cup.
The North London club who had defeated Manchester City to book a place in the
final started the match in a disappointing manner as they went down to a well taken
Christain Pulisic goal after just six minute.
However, Aubameyang equalized from the spot after being brought down by Chelsea
captain Cesar Azpilicueta.
Things became worse for Chelsea as they were hampered by a first-half injury to
Azpilicueta and were struggling even further when they lost the outstanding
Pulisic to a hamstring problem after the break.
With the clock ticking, Aubameyang produced a moment of world-class
finishing to make the defining contribution to the first behind-closed-doors
FA Cup final.
Aubameyang turned Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma inside out in the 67th minute before
delivering the most audacious finish, chipping over keeper Willy Caballero from an angle.
The victory means Arsenal will be making an appearance at next seasons Europa League, a feat Mikel Arteta will be proud of.