Punjabi-twins Amar And Arjun Singh Purewal Make History, Imprint Their Names In Wembley Records

Punjabis are winning all over the world and creating history in various fields. On Tuesday, Amar and Arjun Singh Purewal, the Sunderland Punjabis and twin brothers, created history in the Wembley Cup Final. The twins became the first-ever British South Asian Brothers to line up against each other in a Wembley Cup Final. 


Arjun Singh Purewal leads Consett AFC at Wembley as the captain. Amar Singh Purewal scored the equaliser in the game and made his valuable contribution on-field for his team Hebburn Town. Hebburn Town went on to win the match with a 3-2 score, and lift the FA vase for the first time in history.

The twin brothers have had a history of playing together in various clubs across North-East of England. But they were on the opposing sides for the first time during the FA Vase final. 

The brothers have registered their names in the record books of Wembley. The brothers shared a moment of pride and joy making history together. Both the players made valuable contributions for their teams. Consett was in the lead in the 18th minute of the game, before Amar did something unforgettable on the field. He scored a memorable equaliser for his team and later went onto win the Cup for the first time in history. 

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