Arsene Wenger given guard of honour by Arsenal and Burnley
Last Updated: 07/05/18 9:18am
Arsene Wenger was given a guard of honour in his final home game after 22 years in charge of Arsenal on Sunday.
Both sets of players from the Gunners and visitors Burnley, as well as match officials and Clarets boss Sean Dyche, paid tribute to the departing 68-year-old Frenchman.
Arsenal and the fans also staged tributes for the Premier League's longest-serving manager ahead of Sunday's game.
Wenger won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups during his stay in north London.
He will be in charge for two more games, with trips to Leicester City and Huddersfield still to come in the Premier League.
Watch the video above to see Arsene Wenger receive a guard of honour at an emotional Emirates Stadium.
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