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Holders Arsenal and Aston Villa clash in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium Saturday, when the last major honor of the English season will be handed out.Arsenal 3 Manchester United 2, 1978-79Manchester United were comprehensively outplayed for 85 minutes as Liam Brady pulled the strings for Arsenal, who surged into a two-goal lead thanks to first-half strikes from Brian Talbot and Frank Stapleton.Liverpool 3 West Ham United 3 (Liverpool won 3-1 on penalties), 2005-06Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard almost single-handedly won the cup for Rafael Benitez's team. The Reds trailed West Ham 2-0 and 3-2 during 90 minutes, but extended the contest thanks to a stunning stoppage-time strike from Gerrard for his second goal of the game.
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