Arsenal Fails To Qualify For UEFA Champions League
The 20 year top four consecutive finish for Arsenal has come to an end.
The Gunners will play in the Europa League next season after a disappointing season that appeared to look bright at the start.
The 'Wenger Out' crooners will be waiting to see if the longest serving manager in the EPL will relinquish the reigns of power at the Emirates.
The Gunners started the game looking sharp as they got the early goal they craved for in the 8th minute through Bellerin.
Luck ran out on the home team as Koscielny was sent off 6 minutes later.
The Gunners held on and their best player of the season, Alexis Sanchez doubled their lead in the 27 minute.
It was to remain a drab game with the visitors pressing occasionally but unable to make the extra man on the pitch count.
After the break Lukaku converted a penalty in the 58th minutes to take his goal tally this season to 25 with 6 assists.
Towards the end of the game, Arsenal showed the kind of quality you would have expected them to display all through the season as they pressed o despite fillers coming in from Anfield that Liverpool has wrecked relegated Middlesbrough 3-0 while Jesus, Aguero and Kompany had put 5 goals past Watford.
Aaron Ramsey got the gunners third in added time.
The Emirates should get used to having their grounds come alive on Thursday Nights. The Europa League welcomes the Gunners with open arms.