8 African footballers with the most FA Cup titles

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang clinched a record-extending 14th FA Cup for Arsenal on Saturday, scoring twice in a 2-1 victory against Chelsea at an empty Wembley Stadium.

The Gabonese international bagged his first title after helping the Gunners to seal their fourth FA Cup in seven seasons, but a place in the Europa League, having only finished eighth in the Premier League.

He is not the only African to win the FA Cup.

Here is a look at all the most successful African players in tournament’s history…

Nwankwo Kanu (Arsenal & Portsmouth) – 3 FA Cups

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Lauren (Arsenal) – 3 FA Cups

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Bruce Grobbelaar (Liverpool) – 3 FA Cups

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Kolo Toure (Arsenal & Manchester City) – 3 FA Cup

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John Obi Mikel (Chelsea) – 4 FA Cups

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Salomon Kalou (Chelsea) – 4 FA Cups

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Michael Essien (Chelsea) – 4 FA Cups

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Didier Drogba (Chelsea) – 4 FA Cups

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