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Aaron Ramsey's winning goal for Arsenal in their 3-2 FA Cup final victory against Hull City was a moment of sublime redemption for the player, his manager, his club and the old competition itself.His brilliantly executed shot, delivered with the outside of his right foot, is likely to be remembered among the best of FA Cup final goals in the years ahead, as it completed one of the greatest comebacks in FA Cup final history and ended Arsenal's nine-year wait for silverware.Ramsey battled back from a serious leg fracture suffered at Stoke in 2010 to reclaim his place in the Arsenal side and was enjoying his best spell at the club with 13 goals by the end of December before a thigh injury curtailed his season for more than three months.While Wenger delighted in what he described as the most important success of his eight major trophies at Arsenal, he was confident this success was not the end of a journey, but the start of a new one.
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