Aaron Ramsey’s FA Cup final goal v Chelsea is even better with Titanic music

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Arsenal fans are still buzzing following their team’s unexpected 2-1 victory over Chelsea in the FA Cup final on Saturday afternoon.

Arsene Wenger’s side went into the showpiece match at Wembley Stadium as the underdogs but emerged victorious thanks to goals either side of half-time from Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey.

Ramsey netted the winner in the 79th minute, just three minutes after Diego Costa had put 10-man Chelsea back on level terms.

This is the second FA Cup final that Ramsey has won for Arsenal.

Back in 2014, the Welsh midfielder netted the winning goal against Hull City in extra-time.

Ramsey: 'I just love this competition'

“I just love this competition and I love playing here so I am delighted, the boys deserve it,” Ramsey told BBC Sport, per The Sun, after the match. “And I am happy for the manager and for him to get another FA Cup, we’re delighted.”

Asked if he wanted Arsene Wenger to stay at the club beyond this summer, he added: “Of course I do he has been fantastic for me, fantastic for these players, he deserves this.

“We changed the formation and we have had a lot of success with it.

“So fair play to him he has changed the system and it’s paid off so hopefully he will be here next season, because we owe him a lot.”

We all know why Ramsey wants Wenger to stay

It’s not difficult to understand why Ramsey is keen for Wenger to stay on at the Emirates Stadium.

Despite finding himself on the receiving end of plenty of criticism from supporters this season, the 26-year-old has continued to feature regularly.

And Ramsey repaid his manager’s faith in the Gunners’ most important match of the season.

Ramsey's goal is even better with the Titanic music

The goal itself was made by substitute Olivier Giroud, who clipped the ball perfectly into his teammate’s onrushing path.

Ramsey was left with the simple task of applying the finish and he didn’t disappoint.

One fan - @flxrrp_ on Twitter - has now added Celine Dion’s epic 1997 track ‘My Heart Will Go On’, famous for featuring on the film ’Titanic’, over the top of Ramsey’s goal and it’s a truly magnificent piece of work.

Watch it here…

‘It fits so perfectly I cried,’ wrote one fan and we can’t disagree.

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