Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin raised plenty of eyebrows as he took to the Wembley pitch as he took pictures on what looked to be a disposable camera ahead of the FA Cup final.

The Gunners face a tough challenge against Frank Lampard’s Chelsea as they look to secure their place in the Europa League.

But Bellerin took a different approach to getting focussed for the game - by taking photos.

In this day and age, most people tend to take snaps on their phones, and Bellerin would have gone completely unnoticed if he’d whipped out his iPhone on the Wembley pitch.

Hector Bellerin surprised many with his disposable camera

But Bellerin’s retro, grey camera which looked like it was straight out of the 1990’s (or before) said a lot about his lifestyle choices.

Bellerin is known for being something of a ‘hipster’, and is regularly seen on the front row of the catwalk at Fashion Week in London or Paris.

Dressed in his Arsenal tailored suit, he was certainly living up to that billing, before he takes to his right-back spot for the most important game of the Gunners’ season.

Bellerin took pictures with the camera on the Wembley pitch

Speaking ahead of the game, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta insisted that his men would be putting their all on the line against the Blues.

"It will be so special,” he said. “Basically, for our players, our staff and our fans we know it has been a difficult season so it will be a great way to end it.

"It's the history of this football club - the demands are so high. We have a chance to lift a trophy today so let's go for it and the future will look so much better.

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"It's what we have. At least we have the opportunity to play. It's such an honour to be in this competition and in the final so let's enjoy it.

"This last week, they were all putting everything into every training session so it was hard to pick. We need everybody."