Conte defends Victor Moses over FA Cup red card

Chelsea was the clear favorite coming into the FA Cup final, but a poor start saw the league champion going down 1-0 in the fourth minute.

Some fans have become increasingly frustrated with Wenger's failure to win a Premier League title since the "invincibles" side of 2003-04.

"We reached a fantastic target, an incredible target, with players that performed at 120 percent, every single one of them", Conte added. They've united and responded.

"I love my job and I love to win", Wenger also said. "They showed strength and unity and played spectacular football today".

Ramsey headed Arsenal's 79th minute victor as the Gunners clinched a thrilling 2-1 win over Premier League champions Chelsea in Saturday's final at Wembley. Chelsea finishes the FA Cup Final with 10 men on the field.

"I will speak about his legacy when he stops training", Fabregas said of Wenger.

Wenger wants to retain the key decision-making say on his staff and player recruitment and would regard interference as unacceptable.

"We stuck in there when it looks like things were against us", he said. An announcement is expected on Wednesday or Thursday.

Beaten manager Antonio Conte felt Sanchez's fourth-minute opener-which was initially disallowed for offside, then allowed to stand-should have been ruled out. Arsenal struck back within two minutes, when Ramsey nodded home in the box, with substitute Olivier Giroud providing the assist with virtually his first touch of the ball.

"He's the greatest Arsenal manager ever so it would be sad if that was spoilt". The way we function gets the best out of the individuals.

Oxlade-Chamberlain was the closest player to Moses as the Nigerian hit the Wembley turf, but the England worldwide - playing at left wing-back for the Final amid Arsenal's defensive crisis - said he never truly feared conceding a spot-kick. "Now it's important to understand this and find the right solution because don't forget we weren't the champions and now we start next season as the champions".