Arsenal opened the scoring in the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday, but the Blues were left furious that the goal was given by the officials.
"And I'm so happy for the players and the manager". The oldest association football competition in the world crowned its latest champion on May 27.
Arsenal took a fourth-minute lead through Alexis Sanchez in controversial circumstances when Aaron Ramsey, who was in offside position, decided against touching the ball, allowing the Chilean to surge forward and fire past Thibaut Courtois from close range.
Chelsea manager Conte hopes to emulate his Italian compatriot Carlo Ancelotti's feat from the 2009-10 campaign by steering Chelsea to a league and FA Cup Double in his first season at Stamford Bridge.
The FACup final will be the last match for John Terry in Chelsea colours.
But he delivered a seventh FA Cup win, his third in four years, to give himself plenty of ammunition when he attends a board meeting next week.
However, they have made history as they beat Chelsea 2-1 to Lift the FA trophy for the 13th win. To make matters worse, Laurent Koscielny's, 31, three match suspension was upheld, according to SB Nation.
Also, Gabriel Paulista and Santi Cazorla are most likely to be sidelined.
Heavily criticised by Arsenal fans furious at the club's failure to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years, Wenger is yet to confirm if he will stay in charge next season. I said last week this team will be in the championship with one or two good buys. "It's nothing to do with the final so I won't be talking about that". I'm talking about motivation, the right fire in our soul and our hearts. The final is a special occasion, we have had to fight to get there - we had to dig deep against Man City, we played away at Southampton and now we have an opportunity to grab the trophy.
'It's been an up and down season but to finish it with an FA Cup has to be a successful season, ' Ramsey said.