The curtains have been drawn on Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal.

After 22 years as the Gunners boss, the Frenchman took charge of his final ever game. Away to Huddersfield, we watched on as Arsenal played their last ever Premier League match with Wenger in the dugout.

While there was no positional benefit to winning this league game, there was the small matter of obtaining our first away win of 2018. Seven consecutive away defeats was the stat that was mentioned frequently before kickoff - but finally, we grabbed our first points on the road since we defeated Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in December.

Wenger went with a strong lineup rather than play the kids in his last game. Once again he named Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette in the same eleven, both have been showing promising signs playing together recently and with both in the lineup, we would always carry a threat.

Shkodran Mustafi and Rob Holding comprised the central defence, and Xhaka and Ramsey were in the centre of the park. Our defence has been weak of late, but we made a resolute start after Wenger was given a guard of honour by the Terriers players.

On the fifth minute, with a chance for both sides failing to register a goal, a banner flew overhead, reading ‘We’ll miss you too.’ A lovely sentiment.

Huddersfield were making more moves and only some frantic defending stopped them scoring inside ten minutes.

It took about twenty minutes for us to get into the game, and Mkhitaryan was looking industrious, but crucially he couldn’t find the opening.

We were enjoying a few corners, a couple of off-target efforts, but nothing to really threaten the scoreline.

On 38 minutes, we broke the deadlock - and it was that man Aubameyang again.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan combined with Lacazette, and the ball found Ramsey on the left. The Welshman, Captain for the day, slipped in a low cross and it was the man from Gabon who finished well at the back stick.

It put wind in our sails, and we were seeking to kill the game off before half-time, but the Terriers held out for the whistle.

The second half saw another blistering start from the home side, and a few last-ditch tackles thwarted Mounie, before a spot of head-tennis later was keeping the pressure on our defence.

Tom Ince had been denied by Ospina in the first half, and the forward drew a great save from our keeper, palming away low down.

We made some subs to try and disrupt the rhythm of the hosts, with Welbeck coming on for the goalscorer Aubameyang, and Monreal replacing Kolasinac. This didn’t work immediately, so Maitland-Niles came on for Iwobi to give us a more rigid structure.

We started to press out and use our passing to stretch Huddersfield once more, as a one goal lead is never enough. Welbeck was denied by Lossl and Lacazette with a cheeky chip saw the home keeper stop his effort. It was still a single goal lead.

To illustrate the danger, Aaron Mooy crashed a shot against our crossbar with Ospina beaten. It was a fantastic effort, and very unlucky. The Terriers, in truth, deserved a point.

That was the last of the action, and we had finally netted our first away win of 2018. It was a long time coming, but on the Boss’s last game, we grabbed the win and a rare clean sheet.

!-0 to The Arsenal. One era ends with our famous scoreline.

Adieu Arsene.