FA Cup 2015 winner: It’s Arsenal again. Arsenal are the champions of FA Cup 2015. Gunners beats Villa 3- 0 in the finals of FA cup 2015. Arsenal started the game with Ramsey on the right hand side with Walcott in front. Walcott scored the first goal assisted by Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal in 40th minute which gives 1 – 0 lead for Arsenal in the first half.
Another great start for Arsenal in the second half, this time it’s a stunner form Alexis Sanchez which leads them 2 – 0 in the 50th Minute. It was an amazing and powerful strike from Alexis through the sidebar which ended up in a brilliant goal. Arsenal continued their attack which leads to yet another goal in 62nd minute from Per Mertesacker assisted by Santi Cazorla (3 – 0). Olivier Giroud scored the final goal for arsenal in th final minutes of the game and made it 4 – 0.
Let’s check out complete details about Arsenal vs Aston Villa FA cup 2015 finals results, Goal scorers, final scores, telecast channels, time, date, venue, live scores and lineups below.
FA Cup 2015 finals Goal scorers
Goal 1 – Walcott for Arsenal(40th Minute)
Goal 2 – Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal(50th Minute)
Goal 3 – Per Mertesacker for Arsenal(62nd Minute)
Goal 4 – Olivier Giroud for Arsenal(93rd Minute)
FA Cup 2015 finals results
Arsenal 4 Aston Villa 0. Arsenal beats Aston Villa in the finals of 2015 FA cup.
Arsenal vs Aston Villa finals telecast channels
United States: FOX Soccer 2Go
United Kingdom: BT Sport 1; BBC One
Ireland: Setanta Sports
Malaysia: Astro SuperSport 3
Canada: Sportsnet World
Arsenal vs Aston Villa FA cup finals match details
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Result: Arsenal beats Aston Villa in FA cup 2015 finals.
Match: Arsenal vs Aston Villa
Date: May 30, 2015
Stadium: Wembley, London (England)
Competition: FA Cup – Final
Kickoff time: 17:30 (UTC/GMT +1, local time)
Arsenal vs Aston Villa lineups
Arsenal: Szczesny, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Alexis, Walcott
Aston Villa lineups: Given, Hutton, Vlaar, Okore, Richardson, Westwood, Delph (c), Cleverley, Grealish, N’Zogbia, Benteke.