Arsene Wenger given guard of honour by Arsenal and Burnley


Wenger took charge of his final Premier League home game as Arsenal ran out 5-0 winners against Burnley on Sunday to cement sixth position in the league table.

The 68-year-old will step down as manager at the end of the season, ending a tenure of nearly 22 years. Merci Arsene last home game.' They saw their former side run out emphatic 5-0 winners as Arsenal gave their manager of 22 years the ideal send-off at the Emirates.

Since his arrival at Arsenal, Ozil has only won two FA Cup trophies with the London club, but has a World Cup medal under his belt with Germany in 2014.

Former Arsenal defender Johan Djourou only has good things to say about his Gunners manager Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal great Ian Wright has tipped Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi and other exciting young players in the club to excel under the new manager that will replace Arsene Wenger from next season. The five Arsenal invincibles were pictured posing for a photo together inside during the entertaining Premier League clash with Burnley.

Speaking on BT Sport after the loss to Atletico, Keown said: 'These are crocodile tears I'm seeing. "I would be happy to be in the North Bank, if you can offer me a ticket".

On a day dominated by tributes to the Frenchman, both teams formed a guard of honour for Wenger, 68, before kick-off to a chorus of "there's only one Arsene Wenger".

"Rightly so they turned up, they gave a performance, they all looked at it, eyes were alive to give a performance".

"We played our part, unfortunately, in the story people probably thought was meant to finish like that, and it did".