- Arsenal have sealed a fifth-place finish in the 2018/19 season
- The Gunners hammered Burnley 3-1 to end their season with 70 points
- They will be seeking to win the Europa League title for a chance to qualify for Champions League
Arsenal finished their 2018/19 season on a high note after defeating Burnley 3-1 in their last Premier League match played at Turf Moor on Sunday, May 12.
The comfortable victory successfully sealed a fifth-place finish for the Gunners who have had a woeful run in the domestic league.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continued with his goal-scoring heroics after bagging an incredible brace during the match to gift Arsenal a vital win.
The Gabonese forward opened the scoring in the 52nd minute, slotting home after a bad mistake from Ben Mee.
Aubameyang doubled the lead in the 64th minute with a terrific back-post volley to take his season tally to 31 goals in all competitions for the Emirates outfit.
Burnley however pulled one back through Ashley Barnes a minute later, with Bernd Leno unable to keep out the 29-year-old's header.
Eddie Nketiah made it 3-1 for Arsenal at stoppage time, his first Premier League goal for the Gunners.
The Unai Emery-tutored side will now be seeking to lift the Europa League title for a chance to qualify for Champions League next season when they battle Chelsea during the finals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Christian Eriksen was the hero for Tottenham on Sunday, May 12, as his goal saved Spurs from an home defeat against Everton in their last Premier League game of the season which ended 2-2.
Eric Dier scored the first goal for Tottenham in the third minute after receiving a nice assist from Moussa Sissoko as the first half ended 1-0 in favor of the home side.
Former Arsenal striker Theo Walcott restored parity for Everton in the 69th minute after a clever assist from Gylfi Sigurdsson.
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