For Arsenal, it will be an apoortunity to end the season on a high after what's been a hard year.
Arsenal have a rather extensive injury list ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea, as manager Mikel Arteta could be without five to six players.More news: Pandemic effects could be felt for 'decades to come': World Health Organization chief
Drogba, who won four FA Cup titles, has made the new Wembley Stadium his second ground eight of his 12 goals came at the arena in semi-finals and finals.
Resurgent Arsenal arguably had more to play for against a side who had fulfilled Russian owner Roman Abramovich's wish of qualifying for the Champions League, and Aubameyang levelled after 28 minutes, coolly converting a penalty after Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta had brought him down.
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Despite that only Chelsea fans would begrudge the keeper his chance to finally celebrate the glory his career has deserved, and even then they may just allow him his moment, begrudgingly at least.
"Well, you asked me my opinion and that's the feeling I get with conversations with him and his people, but obviously nothing is done yet and I want to enjoy the victory". Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
That put Arsenal firmly into the ascendancy, holding out for their first trophy under Mikel Arteta, a man less experienced than rookie Lampard after leaving his position as assistant to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City to join the Gunners in December.More news: MTV's VMAs to honor coronavirus shutdown music
"It can happen! I think it can happen, he needs more experience with trophies! We can get him used to that", joked Arteta at Aubameyang's mishap with the trophy lift.