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Arsenal will face Leicester City this Wednesday in the Premier League at the King Power Stadium.
Heading into his penultimate game with the Gunners, Wenger will want to bow out of his time at Arsenal on a high.
The first step in that will be to break their current run of seven consecutive defeats away from home this year, something unlikely to be swayed by any empathy for his compatriot.
The Gunners delivered a sweeping victory for Wenger’s final home game against one of the league’s meanest defences.
On a day drenched in glorious sunshine and even more glorious memories, Arsenal’s players did their manager proud.
It took 14 minutes for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to open the scoring, his elusive movements picked out by a cross from Alexandre Lacazette. The French striker then added the second before half time to double Arsenal’s lead and provide the control which they deserved on going into the break.
Further strikes from Sead Kolasinac, Alex Iwobi and then again Aubameyang kept pushing the match further away from Burnley’s clutches and ensured the celebrations went unchecked inside the stadium.
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