Arsenal thumped Burnley on Sunday to ensure Arsene Wenger’s 606th and final home game as manager ended in the best way possible.

1The match

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 06: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says goodbye to the Arsenal fans after 22 years at the helm at the end of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on May 6, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
(Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Burnley didn’t stand a chance.

They might have went into this game only three points behind Arsenal, but with the Gunners imperious home form and Arsene Wenger’s farewell on the horizon, it was always highly unlikely they would pull off an upset.

Hailed for their defence, Burnley have conceded 37 goals in the league this season.

Arsenal, meanwhile, spent the last few weeks working out how to break down Atletico Madrid’s defence in the Europa League.

Sean Dyche and his men had no hope on Sunday.

So how did the Arsenal players do individually?

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