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first_img Arsenal 0-0 Hull City 1 Hull City earned a replay against FA Cup holders Arsenal at the Emirates in Arsene Wenger’s 100th game in the competition.  Eldin Jakupovic was the hero for the visitors in the first half, denying Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott with good close-range saves.The best chance of the game came after the break when Joel Campbell struck the post as Wenger extended his record of only ever losing an FA Cup game to lower league opposition once.However, the draw means the sides will do battle again in a replay, something neither side wanted with big games against Barcelona and Ipswich next week.Both Hull and Arsenal made a number of changes for the tie with Steve Bruce rotating ten players and Wenger making nine.Manchester United loanee Nick Powell started brightly for Hull but it was Arsenal who has the first real chance of the game when Walcott dinked a smart cross in for Welbeck – making his first start in ten months – who could only head straight at goalkeeper Jakupovic.Welbeck went close again four minutes later as he took Calum Chambers’ pass in his stride before firing a shot on the angle against the feet of the Hull stopper.Arsenal continued to dominate the chances as Walcott tried a low drive across goal but again Jakupovic was equal to it to keep the scores level at the break.It was more of the same after half time and Chambers thought he could have had a penalty after being clattered in the box but referee Mike Dean waved away the protests.The Gunners’ best chance of the game came in the 54th minute when Campbell – taking over free kick duties from the absent Mesut Ozil – whipped his effort against the post after Jakupovic crucially got his fingertips to the ball.The Swiss international goalkeeper continued to thwart the Arsenal attack, this time pulling off a splendid stop from Welbeck’s curling effort on the edge of the area.Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud entered the fray for Campbell and the impressive Welbeck, but they too were unable to break the stubborn Tigers defence.And it ended goalless, meaning a replay that neither side wanted, with Arsenal fighting on three fronts and Hull pushing for promotion to the Premier League.last_img