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LONDON -- Doused in champagne by Arsenals victorious players, Arsene Wenger was soaked in success once again. John Gibson Ducks Jersey . The nine-year wait for a trophy finally ended Saturday and the manager, who had felt the pressure and faced derision over the drought, could finally celebrate on the Wembley Stadium pitch. Arsenal won its fifth FA Cup trophy in Wengers 18-year reign after Aaron Ramsey struck in extra time to clinch a 3-2 comeback victory over Hull. "Its a big, big moment of happiness," Wenger said. "We waited a long time for that. But the happiness is linked sometimes with the time you have to wait for it. Thats why it was a great moment at the end of the game." Especially after Arsenal looked headed for disaster early on when its defence imploded to concede two goals in the opening eight minutes. James Chester and Curtis Davies scored for a Hull side that has never won a major trophy in its 110-year history. Santi Cazorla began Arsenals fightback in the 17th minute by scoring directly from a free kick, but Laurent Koscielny took until the 71st to equalize and force the game into extra time, when Ramsey completed a slick move to score. "This ones for the manager, for the fans, whove always believed in us as well even when things werent going as well," Ramsey said. It was Arsenals 11th FA Cup win overall, tying Manchester Uniteds record. This is a team that has played in the Champions League for 16 successive years by finishing in the Premier Leagues top four but has failed to match its talent with silverware since lifting the 2005 FA Cup. "I think it was a turning point in the lifetime of this team," Wenger said. "And to know they can win in that way was very important today." But three years after a conceding a late goal here to Birmingham in the League Cup final, this looked like being another miserable day for the Gunnerse. Arsenals defence was nonexistent, breached far too easily inside three minutes by a team that only just avoided relegation in its first season back in the Premier League. Tom Huddlestone met Stephen Quinns free kick on the edge of the penalty area with a volley that was heading off-target until Chester flicked the ball with his heel into the bottom corner of the net. Before Arsenals players could recover, Lukasz Fabianski was picking the ball out of his net again. A header from Alex Bruce, whose father Steve manages the team, hit the post and Davies fired in the loose ball from a tight angle. Arsenals fragile zonal marking system nearly gifted Hull a third in the 13th, with only Kieran Gibbs nodded goal-line clearance preventing Bruces header going in. But Cazorla gave Arsenal a much-needed spark with a piece of individual skill as the Spaniard curled in a free kick from distance into the top of the net. The search for the equalizer, though, proved frustrating with Giroud ineffective up front. But as Hull tired after the break, Arsenal seized control of the game during the second half. They were rightly aggrieved not to be awarded a penalty by referee Lee Probert when Cazorla was brought down by Davies in the area. But after Probert incorrectly gave a corner rather than a Hull goal kick, Arsenal levelled from Cazorlas set piece. Sagnas header came off Chester and dropped for Koscielny to turn the ball into the net in the 71st. Dominating an ineffective, quickly fading Hull side, the cup could have been won in the 79th but for Arsenals wayward finishing. Striker Yaya Sanogo, who had replaced Lukas Podolski, withheld challenges on the right flank before squaring to Kieran Gibbs. The left back was unmarked and had time to control the ball but managed to lift it over the crossbar from six yards out. Giroud found the target in the 82nd with a powerful strike only to be thwarted by goalkeeper Allan McGregors fine save. In extra time, it was the crossbar denying Arsenal inside five minutes after Giroud met Aaron Ramseys cross with a header. But a flowing move in the 109th ended with Girouds backheel reaching Ramsey, who slotted the winner low into the net. The title drought is over and Arsenal has a trophy to take back to the Emirates Stadium for the first time since moving there from Highbury in 2006. "We showed great strength and character today to come back to win it," the 23-year-old Ramsey said. "To score the winner in extra time is something Ive dreamed of for many, many years. Its definitely up there with the most important goals Ive ever scored." ------ Frank Griffiths contributed to this report. Paul Kariya Ducks Jersey .Bayern also had a Dutchman to thank, with Arjen Robbens 27th-minute strike enough for the defending champions to go provisionally 10 points clear after 13 games.Huntelaars brilliant chip in the ninth was followed by an easier finish in the 25th when he was left free. Cam Fowler Ducks Jersey . The journeyman goaltender can only go by what hes told. "Probably the main reason why I havent gotten a game while Ive been up is because I dont have NHL experience," MacIntyre said. http://www.officialduckshockey.com/Ryan-Garbutt-Jersey/ .J. -- Mike Goodsons season is over just as it was getting started.MELBOURNE, Australia -- Mardy Fish reached one of his career goals last year when he cracked the top 10 for the first time. Now he wants to make a breakthrough in a Grand Slam tournament and beat one of the top four players -- Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Andy Murray -- in the process. Fish is coming off his most successful year on tour, reaching a career-high ranking of No. 7, making the quarter-finals of Wimbledon for the first time and passing Andy Roddick to become the No. 1 American. "Just tasting that, being able to be a part of that with those guys last year, thats what will drive me now," he said after winning his first-round match over Luxembourgs Gilles Muller, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2, at the Australian Open on Monday. "Obviously I want to go further in a Slam than the quarter-finals and put myself in that position to see what that feels like, see what that is like." Defeating one of the elite players would make it even more special. Fish beat Nadal last year at the Cincinnati Masters, but lost to the Spaniard earlier in the season in the quarters of Wimbledon. "I wanted to beat one of those guys in a big tournament, in a big spot," he said. "Its a long ways to get there. I got a long road ahead of me just to get to someone like Federer." Who could Fish meet in the quarters of the Australian Open? None other than the 16-time Grand Slam champion himself. ------ HAIRBAND STATEMENT: Laura Robson wouldnt call it a protest, but the rainbow-coloured hairband she wore for her first-round match on Margaret Court Arena certainly had significance. A Facebook group called "Rainbow Flags Over Margaret Court Arena" had called for spectators to display rainbow gay pride banners at the court Monday in response to anti-gay remarks made recently by Australian tennis great Margaret Court. The 69-year-old Court, who is now a Christian pastor, recently told local media in Perth, Western Australia, that "politically correct education has masterfully escorted homosexuality out from behind closed doors, into the community openly and now is aggressively demanding marriage rights that are not theirs to take." "The fact that the homosexual cry is, We cant help it, as we were born this way, as the cause behind their own personal choice is cause for concern," added Court, who won 11 Australian Open singles titles in her career. Scott Niedermayer Jersey. Robson, who lost to 13th-seeded Jelena Jankovic 6-2, 6-0 on Monday, said that she wore the hairband to make a point. "I wore it because I believe in equal rights for everyone. You know, thats it," said the 17-year-old from Britain. "Its not a protest, its just a hairband." There werent a lot of rainbow-coloured banners to be seen during Australian Casey Dellacquas victory over Bojana Jovanovski at the arena earlier in the day -- just a lot of Australian flags. ------ INDIAS OLYMPIC HOPES: For a country of 1.2 billion people, India has struggled to find success at the Olympic Games, winning just one individual gold medal. Sania Mirza, the countrys top womens tennis player, says she may be able to double the total in London this year. India only has one singles player currently ranked in the top 100 -- Somdev Devvarman at No. 86 in the ATP rankings -- but it does have some of the worlds best doubles players. Mirza is currently ranked 11th in the WTA doubles rankings, while Leander Paes is No. 7 in the ATP doubles rankings, Mahesh Bhupathi is No. 8 and Rohan Bopanna is No. 11. Mirza, who lost her first-round singles match at the Australian Open to Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria on Monday, says shes planning to play mixed doubles with one of the three men at the 2012 London Olympics. Its the first time since 1924 that mixed doubles will be included at the Olympics. "Funnily enough, a medal is a medal at the Olympics. It doesnt matter if you get it in singles, doubles or mixed," she says. "Were a big country, and obviously (the) Olympics is important to us." As for her partner in London, Mirza says shed be happy with any of the three mens players. Mirza partnered with Bhupathi to win the Australian Open mixed title in 2009 and won the mixed gold medal at the 2006 Asian Games with Paes. "Im in a great position to chose from three people who are in the top 12 in the world (in doubles)," she said. "Obviously, the best people will be put forward." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '
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