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Arsenal have booked their place in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup after coming away from their fifth round tie against non-league side Sutton United with a 2-0 victory. 515 more words


Arsene Wenger: I didn't enjoy Arsenal's victory over Sutton United

Arsene Wenger admits he didn’t enjoy Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over Sutton United in the FA Cup.

Goals in each half from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott sealed the tie for the Gunners but the non-league side gave a positive account of themselves throughout the match and had three strong chances to find a way past Wenger’s men. 264 more words


Arsenal win by 2 as Sutton Provides Challenge

Arsenal traveled 15 miles to Garder Green Lane, a stadium of only 5000 capacity, to face non-league side Sutton United. Hosts, Sutton United, reached the Last 16 for the first time in the club’s history. 181 more words


No FA Cup upset for Arsenal as they do enough to see off non-league Sutton

Arsenal’s superior quality ultimately told as they put in a businesslike performance to get past Sutton in the FA Cup on Monday night.

For the most part it was a collected, tidy performance that ensured Sutton were unable to get a head of steam going, and the crowd was kept nicely subdued. 568 more words


Sutton reserve goalkeeper went to the stadium bar during halftime against Arsenal

Sutton United FC, a fifth-tier English soccer club, incredibly reached the fifth round of the FA Cup and hosted Premier League power Arsenal at Gander Green Lane in South London on Monday. 156 more words


FA Cup Round-Up: 5th Round

It was another weekend of shocks and major talking points in the fifth round of the FA Cup. It was big weekend for the non-league sides, and we round up all of the weekend’s key talking points: 1,257 more words


FA Cup: Arsenal never bothered by Sutton, go through to QF

It could have been one of the darkest days in the history of any professional football club — Premier League giants Arsenal, away to fifth-division Sutton United, a non-Football League side currently 105 places below them in the English football pyramid. 297 more words

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