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FA cup final Top Prayers Rating & Why chelsea lost

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FA cup final Top Prayers Rating & Why chelsea lost

FA cup final Top Prayers Rating

FA cup final Top Prayers

Here is the Emirate FA cup final top 10 prayers rating between Arsenal vs Chelsea at the Wembley on 1 August 2020 were the North London side were later crown the Champion with 2-1 win against young Frank Lampard side. This analysis below proved why Chelsea lost the game.

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Check out reasons why chelsea lost the game, here is FA cup final game Top 10 Prayers Ratings and performances from both clubs starting from goalkeepers to strikers.

1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 9

Arsenal’s match-winner and 2020 Emirate FA cup semi-final against Mancity once again. He missed one early chance, heading wide from a Maitland-Niles cross, but was clinical thereafter. Won and scored the penalty to bring Arsenal level, then showed wonderful skill and composure for the second goal. A captain’s performance.

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Went the wrong way for Aubameyang’s penalty and got caught under a cross but had little else to do in the first half. Beaten by a smart finish from Aubameyang after the break and unable to come up with a defining stop.

2. Emiliano Martinez – 8

Another assured display from a goalkeeper who is making a strong case for Arsenal’s No 1 shirt. Had little chance with Pulisic’s opener but made a string of sharp saves after that and commanded his area well throughout.

3. David Luiz – 8

Arsenal supporters wondered which version of Luiz they would see at Wembley. Thankfully for them, this was the best one. Provided poise and leadership at the back and avoided any notable errors before he was forced off with an injury late on.

4. Christian Pulisic – 8

The American who is currently the Chelsea’s best player on the day delivered another reminder about his extraordinary potential with a clever finish for the opener. Could have had a second moments later and then went close at the start of the second half – but agonisingly injured his hamstring in the process.

5. Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 8

Followed up his impressive display in the semi-final against City with another eye-catching performance at left wing-back. His runs in behind were a constant source of danger in the first half.

6. Nicolas Pepe – 8

Has struggled at times during his first season in England but played with real swagger at Wembley, drawing fouls from blue-shirted defenders and linking up smartly with Aubameyang, most notably for the winning goal.

7. Mason Mount – 8

Bright throughout after setting the tone early on by forcing a good save from Martinez with a long-range shot. Involved in the opener – and all of Chelsea’s best play. Booked for a soft foul on Ceballos but Lampard will be delighted with his efforts from the left side.

8. Granit Xhaka – 7

Fortunate that Chelsea did not capitalise when he lost possession in Arsenal’s half in the opening stages, but improved as the game wore on. Worked hard defensively and made an important block from Ross Barkley in stoppage time.

9. Alexandre Lacazette – 7

Didn’t have much joy in front of goal, firing wide from a free kick in the first half and allowing the ball the run under his foot when well placed to score late on, but worked tirelessly for the team before he was replaced by Eddie Nketiah.

10. Olivier Giroud – 7

The formal Arsenal forward and freshman Giroud Laid off for Pulisic to score the opener when another fine day in the FA Cup seemed on the cards. But ultimately had a tough battle against an inspired David Luiz before being subbed off with around 15 minutes to go. His first Wembley loss since 2012.

The above FA cup final Top Prayers Analysis and ratings shows why the match was won by the better side. Do well to drop your own opinion and suggestions in the comments box ⬇️ below

 

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