Arsene Wengers last home game against Arsenal became a fitting celebration on Sunday as the Gunners burned in Emirates Stadium easily defeated 5-0
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette gave the team a two-goal lead in the first half, and Sead Kolasinac, Alex Iwobi and Aubameyang took advantage of the break.
Arsenal was plagued by no disinterest Burnley's side, leaving the F Wenger was able to run smoothly. Per Per Mertesacker also appeared at the Emirates Stadium.
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Wit Burnley Already in vacation mode, Arsenal had no trouble, Wenger earned the kind of finale he earned. Mertesacker also made a late cameo, probably his last on a Premier League seat before retiring this summer.
Three of the four scorers on Sunday joined the club last year. Wenger may have been criticized over the years for some of his transfer decisions, but due to this one match, he did everything right in the end and left the club with a nice farewell gift. 
Aubameyang and Lacazette Build Something Special
Lacazette's Arsenal career seemed to take a massive hit when the Gunners brought in Aubameyang in January, only a few months after he had injected the money to the Frenchman. Both play their best football as classic central strikers, and their playing styles seemed incompatible.
Flowing formations are all the rage, however, and the Sunday opener showed that they can play with Lacazette . sets up his teammate. The next Gunners' coach should draw attention to his offensive duo:
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Lacazette should add an own goal later before halftime, and Aubameyang doubles his score make it 5: 0
Do not listen to the fans, Stan
A few minutes after the start of the competition, the Emirates Stadium launched a song for club legend Patrick Vieira, one of the contenders for takeover of Wenger. Miguel Delaney of The Independent was one of many who questioned the wisdom of such a move:
Stan Kroenke, the largest shareholder of the club, should think twice before hiring Vieira. The Senegalese has promised to NYCFC but has nothing to gain with the club. His experience in Europe is limited, and he is currently part of the Manchester City family.
Vieira has all the requirements for a future Arsenal manager, but he first needs more experience, preferably in Europe.
Arsenal's future is bright
Young Defender Konstantinos Mavropano's was anything but perfect on Sunday, but he flashed his tantalizing potential again. At the age of 20, he is two years younger than  Iwobi, who scored the fourth goal of his team and would be eligible for a major breakout campaign next season.
Some top talents are waiting for their chance, with Reiss Nelson, KrystianBielik, Gedion Zelalem and Jeff Reine-Adelaide considered a potential future starter. Wengers substitute may not have a large transfer budget due to the lack of UEFA Champions League football, but the club's future still looks good.
Give Wilshere a New Deal
Another man who may have appeared as a member of Arsenal last at the Emirates Stadium is Jack Wilshere, who has not yet signed a new contract with the club. The midfielder has been in good form lately and was mostly healthy this season, which should be in his favor in negotiations.
He added another template on Sunday reminding of its quality. Arsenal will make enough revenue in the summer from today's point of view – it would be wise to keep Wilshere for the time being instead of putting the search for a reliable midfielder on the list of things to do.
How's it going on?
Arsenal visits Leicester City on Wednesday, while Burnley receives Bournemouth on Sunday.