Arsene Wenger celebrated his twentieth anniversary in charge of Arsenal with a last-gasp win over Burnley thanks to Laurent Koscielny’s controversial winner.
The Frenchman has had his fair share of dramatic moments during the past two decades, ranging from winning the 2003/04 title in an unbeaten season to almost clinching a Champions League triumph against Barcelona in 2006.
It has been a while since any significant trophies have arrived at the Emirates, but this week the support for Wenger has been overwhelming.
The majority believe that the Champions League football that he has brought to the club every season since his arrival being a satisfactory accomplishment, given the implications behind the new stadium.
We’ve compiled a starting eleven of the players that Wenger has used the most during his twenty years with Arsenal, with just one still at the club.
Gunners wide man Theo Walcott features in what is a slight surprise, despite the fact that the Englishman has been with the London outfit for ten years.
Francesc Fabregas also makes the team, who was known to be a firm favourite of Wenger’s during his time working alongside the experienced tactician.
With the 2016/17 season looking likely to be Wenger’s last in charge at the helm, he will be hoping to ensure that he can add to the three titles he has won and reflect back even more proudly at his work in England.