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FA Cup Final 2014, Arsenal vs Hull City: Highlights of All Goals from Wembley

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 17:  Allan McGregor of Hull City fails to stop Santi Cazorla of Arsenal (not picutred) scoring their first goal from a free kick during the FA Cup with Budweiser Final match between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley Stadium on May 17, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
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Lee WalkerUK Managing EditorMay 17, 2014

Arsenal and Hull City played out the 2014 FA Cup Final at Wembley.

Update: Here are all the goals and highlights from the FA Cup's official channel:

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James Chester gave the underdog Humbersiders the lead from a corner inside three minutes.

Then in an incredible start for Steve Bruce's men, their lead was doubled by captain Curtis Davies with the game not even 10 minutes old.

A sensational start at Wembley continued as Santi Cazorla’s superb free-kick after 17 minutes brought Arsenal back into the game.

The Gunners were on level terms after 71 minutes as Laurent Koscielny smuggled home.

Kieran Gibbs spurned a golden chance to win the Cup for the Londoners so they go into extra-time.

Olivier Giroud hit the crossbar in the opening period of the additional 30 minutes but the game remained 2-2.

However Aaron Ramsey finally gave the Gunners the lead with a sweet finish after 109 minutes.

That proved to be the winning goal as Arsenal ended a nine-year trophy drought.

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