United are now guaranteed a spot in next season’s Champions League. Reuters/Carl Recine
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There was no perfect ending to Arsene Wenger's iconic 22-season rivalry with Manchester United.Marouane Fellaini glanced in a header in the first minute of stoppage time to earn United a 2-1 win in Wenger's last match at Old Trafford before he leaves Arsenal at the end of the season.Since then, it's been just one Premier League victory at Old Trafford in 16 years for Arsenal and some bad, bad memories – the 8-2 hammering in 2011, the 6-1 thrashing in 2001, the ending of the unbeaten run of the "Invincibles" in 2004 and the sending-off in 2009 that forced Wenger to watch a game among the United fans.United moved five points clear in second place, but are still 16 points adrift of champion Manchester City.By then, United were 1-0 ahead thanks to Paul Pogba's 16th-minute goal.
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