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Arsenal Vs Burnley VideoArsenal 2-1 Burnley - Emirates FA Cup 2015/16 (R4)
There is only one gift from our great club which is truly representative of what Arsene has given to Arsenal.
Who better to welcome out Arsene Wenger than two Arsenal legends? Bob Wilson pays tribute to the long-serving boss, calling Wenger an "inspiration" and says he "lived and breathed the club's values.
He's a club man, was very helpful and I can't speak highly enough of him. Per Mertesacker, given a send-off of his own as a player in the second half this afternoon, comes out of the tunnel in front of his team-mates who have now joined in the celebrations on the pitch.
It's his last game at the Emirates before he takes over the running of the club's academy in the summer, and he goes out into the centre circle to applaud the crowd.
The wait for Wenger continues - Alex Scott is out on the pitch receiving her award for joining the Arsenal club, having served as Arsenal captain and retiring in the summer.
In addition to Arsene Wenger, there's a special tribute today for Vic Akers, who became Arsenal kit manager many, many years ago and retires at the end of the season.
He walks out to receive a commemorative plate on the Emirates pitch, and looks a little embarrassed by all the attention! U2's Beautiful Day rings around the stadium as Arsenal legends pour onto the pitch.
All looking in fine nick despite their advancing years! Perhaps it's the way they stir their tea Not from the home-end at least, there's no race for the tube at the Emirates from anyone of an Arsenal persuasion.
The fans look contemplative at the end of that spectacular final game here, and they await the celebrations to follow Wenger's press conference is scheduled for 7pm, so we have a good 35 minutes of celebration here on the pitch at The Emirates.
All players who played over times for Wenger have been invited I've already seem Emmanuel Petit and William Gallas knocking about , and there will also be presentations for Per Mertesacker, Alex Scott and Vic Akers.
No injury time played, the final whistle goes straight away and there's no complaints from anyone. Wenger shakes hands with the opposition bench and heads straight down the tunnel - but he'll be back Arsenal find themselves with acres of space yet again, and Aubameyang has the intention of reaching Welbeck with a pass into the middle, but Burnley scramble it away after waking up.
They've been on the beach for a while now. From one end to the other, Burnley fashion a chance of their own. Ward's ball across the box is not cut out and Lowton looks to capitalise when it deflects free, but chops down Mavropanos instead and is lucky not to be booked.
More chaos in the Burnley box. Bellerin turns right and left, goes for goal on his swinging weaker foot and clears the bar by a foot or so. Again, little in the way of a hint of a challenge.
Aubemayang wins a footrace with Long and powers into the box, but from further out than both of his goals combined drags his shot beyond the far post.
Mertesacker, who will retire in the summer and is making his final appearance at the Emirates, gets a wonderful reception as he comes on for Chambers.
Definitely one with romance in mind from Wenger. This is going perfectly to plan. Burnley's threadbare defending continues as Bellerin has space to attack on the overlap, delivers the ball low into the middle and Aubameyang gets in between the two centre-halves to finish from a few yards out.
Gudmundsson sees a bit of space open up ahead of him and fires at Cech from well outside the box, drawing an easy save from the goalkeeper.
If their away form could come close to matching it, it'd have been a very different season. Former Spurs man Lennon booed, as you'd expect comes off for Spurs loanee Nkoudou.
Wilshere, who has been excellent, gets a standing ovation as he leaves the field for Ramsey, and Welbeck also heads on for goalscorer Lacazette.
Another decent delivery from Gudmundsson from a Burnley free-kick on the left, but turned behind by Xhaka before Arsenal clear the set play.
Kolasinac is at it again, looking for an opening on the left of the box but is this time met by a flurry of Burnley defenders to block his path.
Iwobi makes it four thanks to some shocking defending. Aubameyang advances on the left flank, completely unchallenged, passes inside to the edge of the area and Iwobi has all the time in the world to fire high beyond Pope, who had no chance.
Good defending from Chambers puts the ball behind for another corner. Lowton aims a high, arching cross towards the far post but the Arsenal defender tracks Vokes all the way, heading clear under pressure.
Burnley's delivery is better this time, Arsenal struggle to clear - and eventually Ward's cross is turned behind again.
Hendrick takes aim from outside the area and Mavropanos' slide - perhaps unnecessarily - diverts it behind. Burnley waste the flag kick that follows.
Wilshere picks up a poor clearance from Tarkowski - the defender isn't enjoying his best game - and with Lacazette and Aubameyang to choose from, can't find either as Burnley eventually clear.
All that worry about nerves at the Emirates couldn't look further from the truth today. The Gunners have been in good form on home soil this season but since Wenger's announcement, it has been referenced as a possible weight around their necks.
Mkhitaryan, who deserves a goal for his sheer effort today, turns inside and curls just beyond the far post on his left foot.
Premier League Arsenal vs Burnley 4: Of course, there's still two games to go for the Frenchman, but the proper goodbyes are done. Asked if he will now sit on the North Bank Arsenal players now heading on a lap of honour around the Emirates pitch.
Not long until the man himself gets his ovation. They know these moments are special, the kind of thing you don't want to pass up enjoyment of.
We're in the final minute of normal time under Arsene Wenger at the Emirates. Mkhitaryan's wonderful lay-off gives Welbeck a chance to shoot, and he doesn't pass it up, letting the ball run across his body before smacking the crossbar from just outside the box.
It would have been a perfect ending. As is the way sometimes, the inevitability of the Arseanl win has just killed the atmosphere somewhat - it's like a training exercise at the Emirates now.
After Wilshere broke out of midfield with a quick turn of pace, Kolasinac finished off from the left of the box with a thumping left-footed drive past Nick Pope.
Iwobi continued the procession, firing into the roof of the net after Burnley gave him too much space in the box from Aubameyang's square pass, and the creator then turned scorer again as Aubameyang turned home in between the Burnley centre-backs from eight yards after Bellerin's cross.
Sub Danny Welbeck hit the crossbar with a fine long-range effort late on as Arsenal entertained the home fans for the last time under the year stewardship of Wenger.
It's the last time and it's such a long time. Such a big love story, and of course you don't want to end it - but everything comes to an end.
But it didn't end like we wanted it. Plenty of contenders, but the Gabonese striker did everything right on Sunday. His two finishes were poacher-like, but it was not just his prowess in the attacking third which impressed.
Arsenal's fans responded very well to Aubameyang tracking back on several occasions, showing that the left-wing role, and the running that comes with it, may suit him.
Arsene Wenger's last games as Arsenal manager come at Leicester on Wednesday night and Huddersfield on Sunday at 3pm, while Burnley are at home to Bournemouth on Sunday in their final game.
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