Former Arsenal players with more than 100 appearances were invited to the match as a special throwback to Wenger's glory days with the north London outfit.
And it was a very memorable occasion for the likes of Sol Campbell, Robert Pires, Nwankwo Kanu, Freddie Ljungberg and Lauren as they were all reunited with each other, catching up on their successes with Arsenal.
The five Arsenal invincibles were pictured posing for a photo together inside during the entertaining Premier League clash with Burnley.
Campbell posted the popular photo on Twitter, alongside the caption: 'Lovely to get together again with these top Arsenal guys. Merci Arsene last home game.'
They saw their former side run out emphatic 5-0 winners as Arsenal gave their manager of 22 years the perfect send off at the Emirates.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice while Alexandre Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi also got on the scoresheet as Arsenal put on a five-star performance.
And after the match, Arsenal paid a moving tribute to their long-serving French boss, who has two away games left of his Gunners career against Leicester and Huddersfield.
After being given a guard of honour by both teams prior to kick-off, Wenger received a golden Premier League trophy following the match from Bob Wilson and Pat Rice to celebrate his historic unbeaten season in 2003-04 with Arsenal.
Credit : daily mail. Co. Uk