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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Per Mertesacker
Arsenal reached the FA Cup final by ending second-tier Wigan's impressive title defense in a penalty shootout at Wembley Stadium, making up for the disappointment of dropping out of the Premier League's top four earlier Saturday.
Arsenal avoided FA Cup embarrassment against second-tier club Wigan on Saturday, coming from behind against the holder and winning a penalty shootout to reach the final where the London club will be looking to end a nine-year trophy drought.
"In the first half we were a bit timid," Mertesacker said. "A lot of people questioned (our character) recently but how we came back today we proved a lot."
"It was a taste of what we can expect at the World Cup, only the temperatures will be higher," Germany defender Per Mertesacker said. "I think we saw today that we have a bit of work to do."