Aubameyang and Mbemba send their teams to the podium.
After an 8th-place finish in the English Premier League, Arsenal have found a way to play a continental football competition in the coming season. (Europa League)
Arsenal got their FA Cup revenge on Chelsea for the defeat in the 2017 final by bouncing back from a goal down to win the title by 2 goals to one.
Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea
Arsenal – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyan 28′(pen) 67′
Chelsea – Christian Pulisic
Before his injury sent him out of the match in the early minutes of the second half, Christian Pulisic gave Chelsea an early lead; 5 minutes into the match.
Arsenal’s No.14 wins them the 14th!
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang score 4 goals to
send Arsenal through the semifinal to their 14th FA Cup title.
Manchester United will need two titles to equal.
Arsenal – 14 title
Manchester United – 12 titles
Chelsea – 8 titles
Tottenham – 8 titles
While Pierre-Aubamenyang’s brace was helping Arsenal made history in London, Chancel Mbemba’s brace was helping Porto make one in Coimbra.
Porto secured a league double with 10 Men.
Taça de Portugal
After last year’s final defeat against Sporting CP in a penalty shootout Porto made it back to the final to secure a domestic double while putting an end to their 8-year wait for the Portuguese Cup.
Benfica 1-2 Porto
Benfica -Vinicius 84′(pen)
Porto Chancel Mbemba 47′ 59′
A 10-man Porto team picked up title no. 17 after a 2-1 victory in the Portuguese Cup against Benfica.
Porto equaled Sporting CP’s record in the competition.
Benfica – 26 titles
Sporting CP – 17 titles
Porto – 17 titles