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Arsenal overcome Wembley nerves to set up FA Cup final with Aston Villa

A fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici in extra time handed holders Arsenal a 2-1 victory and a place in the FA Cup final.

It's important for men of a certain age to get their rest, and now Steven Gerrard can spend his 35th birthday relaxing with the missus and the kids. He can even take them to Wembley and have a perfectly nice afternoon where nobody will care if he moves a little too slowly. There will be no anxiety about slipping on the grass or having to exhort his teammates with one of his Churchillian "We go again" orations. And best of all, he won't have to worry about his birthday being ruined by Arsenal.

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Growing Sanchez-Ozil partnership a good sign for Arsenal

A fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici in extra time handed holders Arsenal a 2-1 victory and a place in the FA Cup final.

Arsenal's victory over Reading at the weekend was expected but not easy. It means the Gunners have a chance to win a record 12th FA Cup when they meet Aston Villa on May 30th.

The 2-1 win over Reading has thrown up some interesting talking points though, three of which I'll cover here.

1. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil find the right wavelength

A few weeks ago Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker spoke of "automatisms" -- referring to players whose on-pitch relationships are such they they're automatically...

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Premier League Golden Boot, FA Cup final, Radamel Falcao, U.S.-Mexico

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down Manchester City's comprehensive 2-0 victory over West Ham to put them within one point of Manchester United for third place.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

The Premier League Golden Boot is up for grabs and both Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero adding to their tally today to lead the top-scorers table at 20 goals each.

Who will win the Golden Boot?

Arsenal were expected to advance vs. Reading in the FA Cup semifinals. They did, 2-1. Liverpool were also a favourite, but things ended badly...

Alexis Sanchez the saviour again as nervy Arsenal edge past Reading

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Arsenal's slim victory over Reading to earn them a spot in the FA Cup final for the second straight year.

Thanks to a brace from Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal eventually overcame a spirited Reading side to ensure a return to the FA Cup final.

Just like at this stage of the competition last season, Arsene Wenger's men failed to get the job done against Championship opposition in normal time. A brilliant pass from Mesut Ozil enabled Alexis to give Arsenal a first-half lead but Garath McCleary's deflected strike allowed the Royals to force an extra 30 minutes.

Once again, Alexis proved the difference. He cut...

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal edge past Reading to leave Wenger on brink of history

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Arsenal's slim victory over Reading to earn them a spot in the FA Cup final for the second straight year.

LONDON -- Three observations from Arsenal vs. Reading in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley Stadium.

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1. Arsenal squeeze through

This was Arsenal's third FA Cup game at Wembley in the space of a year -- two semifinals and a final. Each has been against poor opposition and has produced a nervous performance. Each has gone to extra-time, yet each has finished happily. Arsenal never make things easy for themselves.

At this stage last season, they needed penalties to progress past Wigan, a Championship...

 By Michael Cox

FA Cup semifinals offer plenty of intrigue among the four managers

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Stewart Robson preview Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal with Reading and wonder if the Gunners will repeat the mistakes of last year.

Frustrating fixture scheduling has ensured that the FA Cup semifinals won't be centre stage this weekend. Both ties clash with a notable Premier League contest, which seems a great shame considering that both games have tremendous potential.

There's a nice mixture between a potential giant-killing on Saturday, and an all-Premier League tie on the Sunday. The most interesting battles, however, are taking place in the dugouts.

Arsenal vs. Reading

Saturday's semifinal provides an obvious contrast...