- Arsenal legend, Kanu Nwankwo, was among the 100 ex-Arsenal stars invited to witness Arsene Wenger last home game in-charge of the Gunners
- Kanu graced the occasion with his wife
- And he took to social media to share cool multimedia from the event
Arsenal legend, Kanu Nwankwo, was among the 100 ex-Arsenal stars invited to witness Arsene Wenger last home game in-charge of the Gunners - and the ex-Super Eagles international made the best of it.
Kanu graced the occasion with his wife alongside former Arsenal players and he took to his Instagram page to share photos and video of the once in a life time event.
Papillo in the first video he share paid tribute to his former boss in a lengthy caption which reads: "Merci ARSÈNE. What a beautiful afternoon to send off a great mentor and boss. @arsenal 22years premier League manager. Thanks for building what we know today as Arsenal. .
#arsenal #manager #boss #mentor #coyg"
Shortly after sharing the video, Kanu shared a photo of himself, his wife Amara alongside Arsenal legend Robert with the caption: "There’s only one Arsenal. Me and my queen @amarakanu peep @robert_pires07 in the background. We love ARSÈNE. Mercí ARSÈNE #coyg #merciarsene @arsenal"
The Arsenal legend, Kanu, then posted his final video during the sentfort where fans were signing praises for Arsene Wenger and he captioned the video "@arsenal. #MerciArsene that’s all we can say and wish you the best in future #boss #coyg"
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the flood gates in the 14th minute as he lashed on to Alexander Lacazette's pass for an easy tap-in.
Provider turned goal scorer as Lacazette netted Arsenal's second after a neat build up play with Alex Iwobi, as Hector Bellerin's assist got the Frenchman's 13th goal of the season.
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