This summer on, the fans are choosing their favourite Arsenal moments from the Premier League era.

Supporters have already cast their votes in 10 categories - now it's time to reveal the results.

We're focusing on Arsenal's finest SAVES this week with expert analysis from two former Gunners, Kenny Sansom and Martin Hayes.

In fourth place with eight per cent of the vote is Lukasz Fabianski's save from Amr Zaki in the Carling Cup at Emirates Stadium in 2008.

Read on for the story of that save and click on the black box for our video feature with Kenny, Martin and presenter Mark Pougatch.

On Wednesday we'll reveal which save finished third in the poll.

Lukasz Fabianski

FABIANSKI V WIGAN (H) 11-11-2008
Fabianski was captaining Arsène Wenger's young side in a Carling Cup clash with Wigan in November 2008 when he produced a stunning double-save in the closing minutes to secure a second successive clean sheet in that season's competition.

Arsenal were already 3-0 up in the game thanks to Jay Simpson's double and a strike from Carlos Vela.

But in the closing stages Daniel de Ridder weaved his way into the area from the left, forcing Fabianski to push his shot away.

The Polish keeper then showed incredible reflexes and agility as he sprung up to tip Amr Zaki's follow-up effort onto the underside of the crossbar.

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1 Jun 2010