Paul Kagame: Rwanda president says Arsenal need to aim for bigger things after record 14th FA Cup

Paul Kagame: Rwanda president says Arsenal need to aim for bigger things after record 14th FA Cup

- Paul Kagame was among millions of Arsenal fans who joined hands to congratulate the club after their FA Cup triumph

- Arsenal beat Chelsea during the competition's finals played at Wembley Stadium to win the trophy for a record 14th time

- Despite winning the FA Cup, Kagame has asked the club to aim higher in the coming seasons

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Rwanda president Paul Kagame has called on Arsenal to build on their triumph over Chelsea in the FA Cup and "aim at much bigger things."

Arsenal sunk Chelsea 2-1 at Wembley Stadium during the finals of the tournament to lift the title for a record 14th time.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the match hero for the Gunners after striking twice to help the North London side to a comfortable win.

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Paul Kagame: Rwanda president says Arsenal need to aim for bigger things after record 14th FA Cup

Arsenal beat Chelsea during the competition's finals played at Wembley Stadium to win the trophy for a record 14th time. Photo: Getty Images.
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Frank Lampard's Blues had taken the lead through Christian Pulisic inside five minutes of gameplay before Aubameyang scored from the spot to restore parity.

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The Gabonese completed his brace of the evening in the second half as Arsenal held on to claim a win. An elated Kagame later took Twitter to celebrate the victory, before sending the club a rallying call.

"Bravo, congrats Arsenal for a well-deserved and needed FA Cup win,” he tweeted.

We, fans, and supporters kept faith in you. Going forward let's aim at much bigger things and yes we can," he added.

Arsenal and Rwanda enjoy a strong and cordial relationship after the two entities entered into a business partnership back in 2018.

The deal, marshalled by Kagame saw the East African country become among the club's biggest sponsors.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsenal defeated London rivals Chelsea 2-1 to win the 2020 English FA Cup with Gabonese striker Aubameyang scoring the two goals for the Gunners.

Mikel Arteta and his wards knew before the game that a win will be a glorious one for them considering their failure to finish among the top four teams.

The Gunners got the first chance to score in this encounter through Aubameyang, but he was caught offside by the referee in the 4th minute.

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