Nigerian midfielder Alex Iwobi bade farewell to departing manager Arsene Wenger in style scoring a stunner as Arsenal hammaerd burnley 5-0 in what was the French managers final home game after 22 years in charge
The Nigerian who recently turned 22 rifiled Arsenals 4th goal into the roof of the net in the 64th minute as Wengers last game ended on a winning note
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring from close range in the 14th minute while his strike partner Alexandre Lacazette doubled Arsenal’s lead in 1st half stoppage time after good work from Hector Bellerin.
Sead Kolasinac made it 3-0 on 54 minutes, after a powerful burst from midfield by Jack Wilshere and then Alex Iwobi made it 4 -0
The Nigerian who seemed to excel from being played in a deeper role as against the wings where he is usually placed rifled their fourth into the roof of the net from 12 yards out
It was Iwobis first league goal since January In what was a five-star farewell the gunners to give Arsene Wenger the perfect sendoff with
Aubameyang got his second and Arsenals 5th with 15 minutes left to play as he poked home from close range.
It was an emotional evening at the emirates as Arsene wenger stole the show in North London with Nigerian and Arsenal Legend Nwankwo Kanu at the Emirates for the game
Wenger has two more games away to Leicester and Huddersfield before his successor who is still to be announced, takes over.