Arsenal FA Cup hero Aaron Ramsey crieed for manager Arsene Wenger to stay after the Gunners beat Chelsea 2-1 in final at Wembley on Saturday.Alexis Sanchez got Arsenal off to a great start when he took advantage of some poor Chelsea defending to slot home after just four minutes. Chelsea's cries for handball fell on deaf ears.The Blues then suffered a further setback when Victor Moses received a second yellow for diving. But Diego Costa got Antonio Conte's men back into the game when he scored in the 76th minute. However, Ramsey, who scored the winner in Arsenal's FA Cup final win over Hull in 2014, headed Olivier Giroud's cross home to restore the north Londoners' lead. When asked on Wenger's future after the game, the 26-year-old Welshman who scored the winner in the 79th minute said: "Of course I want him to stay at club. He deserves this. We changed the formation and had a lot of success. Fair play to him, he changed the system. Hopefully, he'll be there next season." said Ramsey on the MirrorOn lifting the FA Cup, Ramsey added: "I can't describe this. It's been an up and down season. We've finished with the FA Cup so it has to be successful."I've got the winner again. I love this competition. The boys deserve this. I'm happy for the manager. To get another FA Cup - delighted."