Sheffield Wednesday defender Sam Hutchinson scored the goal that ended Arsenal’s hope of Capital One Cup glory on Tuesday night.
The former Chelsea youth player bundled home from close range on 53 minutes to complete to scoring in the Yorkshire side’s 3-0 win over the Premier League leaders.
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There is no denying that Wednesday were thoroughly deserving of their victory, but Arsenal may feel a little annoyed that Hutchinson was still on the pitch when he scored.
He could easily have been sent off during the first half – when the score was 1-0 – for a nasty tackle on Alex Iwobi.
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Hutchinson escaped with a yellow, as Oxfordshire referee Graham Scott displayed leniency.
Ross Wallace and Lucas Joao found the net either side of Hutchinson’s moment of rashness.
All three goals came after Arsenal had suffered a double injury blow, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott both limping off early on.
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