Hull City 0 - 3 Arsenal

Match info: Premier League at The KC Stadium

Date: 20/04/2014 KO: 14:05 Ref: Att: 24,762

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Hull City



Aaron Ramsey 31
Lukas Podolski 45,54

FT (ht: 0-2)

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  • Thanks for joining us this afternoon, be sure to check back for a full match report, player ratings and reaction from both camps. Enjoy the rest of your Easter Sunday!

  • FT: It's all over at the KC Stadium and Arsenal are 3-0 winners thanks to a double from Lukas Podolski and one from Aaron Ramsey. Arsene Wenger's side have been good value for the three points and looked in control for the majority of the game. They now have a four-point cushion in the top four over Everton who host Manchester United this afternoon. Hull remain six points points above the bottom three. 0-3.

  • Fryatt is flagged for offside as Quinn looked to play him in on goal. Fans are starting to filter out of the ground now, but Hull will have the chance to inflict revenge at Wembley next month when the two sides meet again in the FA Cup final.

  • There will be a minimum of four minute's stoppage time at the end of this game.

  • We are into the dying stages now as Sanogo swings a leg at a loose ball on the edge of the Hull area but is unable to connect. Arsenal continue to press for a fourth.

  • The excellent Aaron Ramsey is named as the Barclay's Man of the Match. He has been at the centre of everything good about Arsenal this afternoon and a real welcome return to the team.

  • Ramsey clears a Hull corner and almost sets Oxlade-Chamberlain on a quick counter attack but the winger cannot quite get it under control and his heavy first touch sees it go out for a throw-in.

  • Fryatt has an effort on target which Szczesny is able to comfortably hold onto.

  • Arsenal also make their final change of the day as Yaya Sanogo replaces Lukas Podolski.

  • Hull make their third and final change and Robert Koren replaces George Boyd.

  • Oxlade-Chamberlain steams away from Rosenior to kick-start an Arsenal attack but they are in no hurry to add a fourth and the ball is eventually played back into their own half.

  • Arsenal are completely at ease now as they roll the ball across the field. Oxlade-Chamberlain has given them another dimension with his pace and we have seen glimpses today of what a fully fit Arsenal team could be capable of.

  • Play is waved on as Ramsey is brought down by Elmohamady and Arsenal continue to push forward. Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has looked sharp since his introduction, wins a free-kick and Arsenal can stay camped inside the Hull half.

  • At the other end, Huddlestone forces Szczesny to tip his effort over the bar after some good footwork to create an opening from the edge of the area.

  • Another decent chance for Arsenal as Harper gets down well to hold onto Ramsey's low strike. Oxlade-Chamberlain demonstrates his blistering pace to break into the area where Davies clips him before Ramsey hits the loose ball into the goalkeeper's arm.

  • CHANCE! Cazorla does look for the head of Mertesacker and the German meets it well, just nodding over the bar with Harper flying across his line.

  • Oxlade-Chamberlain has his first involvement as he wins a free-kick off Elmohamady on the edge of the box. Cazorla will deliver into the area with Mertesacker forward.

  • Giroud gets an excellent reception from the travelling fans as he leaves the pitch. He appears to have a slight limp as he walks down the tunnel so that might have influenced Arsene Wenger's thinking. Giroud was having a good game.

  • Arsenal get the go-ahead to make the change and Giroud makes way for Oxlade-Chamberlain.

  • Oxlade-Chamberlain is preparing to come on for Arsenal and is currently receiving instructions.


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