Fergie-time farewell for Arsene Wenger

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Arsene Wenger's final match at Old Trafford as Arsenal manager ended in defeat with a stoppage time header from substitute Marouane Fellaini earning the points for second-placed Manchester United.

Marouane Fellaini's goal in additional time sealed a 2-1 victory for Manchester United after Henrikh Mkhitaryan's goal had cancelled out Paul Pogba's 16th_ minute opener. I love those games, they're fantastic. "The position is that we are nearly there [with a new deal] but in football nearly is not enough", he said.

"It was very positive but of course we are very disappointed in the dressing room because we gave everything".

"We had chances and on the counter we did not use our opportunities as well as we could have. I only played Mr Wenger three or four times as United manager".

The result leaves Wenger's water-treaders trailing 20 points behind United and a full 36 behind champions-elect Man City, while also ensuring that they'll finish beneath rivals Tottenham for the second successive season.

"I hope I play against him again", said Mourinho, who has a history of spats with Wenger, most famously describing the Frenchman as a "specialist in failure" for his inability to win the Premier League since 2003/04.

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But a minute later the spark arrived for United, Pogba playing the ball to Romelu Lukaku, whose cross led to Sanchez being denied when Bellerin diverted his header against the post but Pogba slammed in the rebound.

Mkhitaryan drilled an angled strike narrowly wide after being found by a deft Ainsley Maitland-Niles backheel inside the area as Arsenal came within inches of an equaliser.

Wenger described the Armenian winger's injury as a "knock on the knee" but said it was too early to say if he, or goalkeeper David Ospina and midfielder Alex Iwobi, who also picked up injuries, are at risk of missing the game in Madrid.

"We have to continue, we have three games to prepare for the final".

On Arsene Wenger's send-off he said: "I think we did it fantastically well as a club".

"To stay a manager, to have four or five years to try to get a trophy and to improve the team, I don't think you allow that any more". At the moment I am in a bit of unknown territory, I don't knew where I go from here or do I take a break?

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