We're through 90 minutes at Wembley Stadium, and 90 minutes wasn't enough to separate Arsenal and Hull City. The FA Cup final will be settled in extra time after the two sides ended regular time deadlocked at 2-2.
Hull City got off to a brilliant start, scoring twice off set pieces in the opening eight minutes, and they nearly scored a third not long after Curtis Davies' eighth-minute goal. But Arsenal fired back in the 17th minute, with Santi Cazorla scoring a stunning free kick.
The Gunners dominated most of the second half and finally found an equalizer in the 72nd minute, scored by Laurent Koscielny off a corner. This match has been a clinic in how not to defend set pieces.
Arsenal will feel a bit hard done by, since they could have been granted potentially game-winning penalties on multiple occasions. Referee Lee Probert has waved play-on during four occasions in which an Arsenal player went down in the box and believed they'd earned a spot kick.