Arsenal gave Arsene Wenger one final win as a send off on Sunday afternoon, with a 1-0 victory over Huddersfield Town.

The win brought to an end 22 years in charge of the club for the Frenchman, and the flowing final goal typified the way his teams have played over the years.

It also meant the side managed to pick up their first away points of the campaign, which should hopefully put that particular record out of the players’ heads before next season.

Here are our final individual player ratings of the season:


Aaron Ramsey 8.5

Ramsey captained the team and put in a captain’s performance for Wenger’s final game. He worked hard at both ends as usual, and created the only goal with an intelligent run and low cross for Aubameyang. He showed again why Arsenal need to get him tied down this summer, whoever is in charge.

Granit Xhaka 8

Xhaka’s impressive form this last few months has been one of the big positives for Arsenal. After a difficult first half of the season, he really picked his game up and improved, and it was the same again against Huddersfield.

Only three of his 57 passes failed to reach their intended targets, and his sweetly struck shot only went narrowly wide in the second half. He also covered well on one particular counter when Holding was caught out.

Alex Iwobi 7.5

Iwobi played a very safe game, and as a result he didn’t do anything particularly exciting, but didn’t do much wrong either. He just kept the team ticking over, which isn’t a bad thing.