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Video: Arsenal players Facetime Theo Walcott from the Wembley pitch after FA Cup win

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott may have missed the FA Cup final through injury but was not left out of the celebrations, with teammates Carl Jenkinson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain using Facetime to get in contact with the striker from the Wembley stadium pitch following Arsenal?s FA Cup final win. The Gunners won their first trophy in [...]The post Arsenal players Facetime Theo Walcott from the Wembley pitch after FA Cup win appeared first on Squawka News.

Arsene Wenger celebrating the FA Cup win

Arsene Wenger celebrating the FA Cup win

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott may have missed the FA Cup final through injury but was not left out of the celebrations, with teammates Carl Jenkinson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain using Facetime to get in contact with the striker from the Wembley stadium pitch following Arsenal’s FA Cup final win.

The Gunners won their first trophy in nine years on Saturday thanks to a 3-2 extra time win over Hull City, having recovered from being two goals down after eight minutes.

Walcott missed the game through injury, having suffered a knee injury in the third round win over Tottenham that kept him out for the rest of the season.

The England international was not at Wembley for the game, but was facetimed by his team-mates from the scene of their victory, with Jenkinson leading the celebrations.

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While he was not at Wembley for the final, Walcott did make an appearance at the open top bus victory parade on Sunday morning.

Both he and goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny replicated his now infamous 2-0 signal, which he made to Tottenham fans during the third round as he was being carried off injured.

Only three Arsenal players scored more league goals than Walcott, despite Walcott only playing 13 games.

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