Arsenal have reached the quarter-final of the FA Cup after a 4 – 0 victory over Hull City on Tuesday. The Gunners will face Watford at the Emirates in the next round while Everton play host to the other London giant left in the competition.
Arsene Wenger’s men have now become the most successful team in the history of the oldest club competition in the world after a win over Aston Villa on Saturday. With their second successive FA Cup triumph at the Wembley
Liverpool, Aston Villa, Arsenal and Reading didn’t feature in the Premier League at the weekend and were involved in the semi-final round of the 2015 FA Cup. Arsenal were expected to reach their 19th FA Cup final and they didn’t falter, giving them an opportunity to end this season with a silverware.
The most anticipated clash of this season’s FA Cup is now over. Manchester United and Arsenal hold the joint record for the most FA Cup wins in the history of English football. But Arsenal can get one better of the Manchester giants by the end of this season.
No replays in the fifth round of the FA Cup and we’re all set for the next round. The draws for the quarter final were determined a little before the tie between Manchester United and Preston North End.
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