Arsenal release amazing FA Cup dressing room video

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Arsenal's memorable FA Cup final victory over Hull City yesterday at Wembley was captured in all its glory as cameras went behind the scenes to reveal the incredible scenes in the Gunners' dressing room after the full-time whistle had blown.

Arsene Wenger's men put nine years of hurt behind them with an incredible display that saw them come from 2-0 down against the Tigers to claim a dramatic extra-time win thanks to a sublime Aaron Ramsey strike.

After celebrating their win and parading the trophy on the pitch, the Arsenal players went back to the dressing room to continue the party - and that's when the cameras started rolling.

Mesut Ozil,  Mikel Arteta and the rest of the jubilant Arsenal stars are pictured posing with their hard-earned prize, before a rendition of the famous Yaya Sanogo song breaks out. Even chief executive Ivan Gazidis gets involved.

This video is a must see for Arsenal fans still revelling in the moment - so check it out above!

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