Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta thanked his former boss at Manchester City Pep Guardiola after he led Arsenal to beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Arsenal lifted their 14th FA Cup after two goals from captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cancelled out Christian Pulisic’s fifth minute opener.
Arteta worked as an assistant under Guardiola at Manchester City from 2016 before accepting the role as Arsenal manager replacing Unai Emery in December 2019.
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Working under Guardiola, City won the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and Community Shield.
Speaking in his post-match with BT Sport
Arteta said: “I have to say thank you to Pep in every way because I am a manager now in big part thanks to him.
“If someone had told me when I started that I would go through this and just see the spirit in that dressing room with the staff and what we have been creating — that is what I am most proud…
Source: Complete Sports