Mute Hull, Arsenal's FA Cup fourth round Login

LONDON Arsenal stepped into the fourth round of the FA Cup after a 2-0 victory over Hull City in the third round at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday or Monday (05/01/2015) early morning hrs.

Arsenal appeared to second-tier team in this match. The Gunners manager Arsene Wenger, play some young players like Hector Bellerin, Joel Campbell, and Francis Coquelin.

However, Arsenal were able to press Hull since the early minutes of the game. Some times they get the chance to find the net Hull action thanks to Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott.

In the 20th minute, Arsenal finally successfully open the scoring through the incision Per Mertesacker. Goals are created from the German defender after utilizing feedback Sanchez corner kick.

Throughout the match, Arsenal look to dominate the game. Meanwhile, Hull more to survive and just rely on the counter-attack to break the heart of the Arsenal defense.

Arsenal’s second goal came in the 80th minute thanks to a goal Sanchez. Getting feedback Santi Cazorla, the Chilean striker accurate kick into the left corner of Hull City.

Hull tried to respond through action of Abel Hernandez two minutes later. However, Sagbo ball hard kick from outside the penalty box can still be ignored by both the Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina.

According to ESPN, throughout the match, Arsenal had the ball as much as 57 percent and created six chances out of 17 businesses. As for the visitors accurately fired two shots from six experiments.

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Arsenal: 13David Ospina; 4Per Mertesacker, 18Nacho Monreal, 21Calum Chambers, 39Hector Bellerin, 7Tomas Rosicky, 14Theo Walcott (15Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 76), 19Santi Cazorla, 28Joel Campbell, 34 -Francis Coquelin, 17Alexis Sanchez (38Chuba Akpom 84)
Manager: Arsene Wenger

Hull: 22Steve Harper, 3Maynor Figueroa, 6Curtis Davies, 12Harry Maguire, 15Paul McShane, 8Tom Huddlestone, 11Robert Brady, 23Thomas Ince, 29Stephen Quinn, 20Yannick Sagbo (9Abel Hernandez 67), 24Sone Aluko (27Ahmed Elmohamady 62)
Manager: Steve Bruce