Arsene Wenger's 5 great moments as Arsenal manager

With Arsene Wenger's time as Arsenal manager drawing to a close, Sportstar looks at five moments that particularly stood out during the Frenchman's time in charge of the London club.

Arsene Wenger (left) and Tony Adams pose with the Premier League and FA Cup trophies, which Arsenal won in Wenger's second season in charge (1997-98) of the London club. This Premier League-FA Cup double was not the only one of Wenger's era, which brought another in 2001-2. Incidentally, Tony Adams was the captain then too. Photo: AP
Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira and Arsene Wenger pose with the Premier League trophy during the team's open-top bus parade after it won the 2003-04 Premier League title. To date, Wenger's Arsenal is the only team to have gone an entire league season with losing a match in the Premier League era. Photo: AFP
Thierry Henry celebrates scoring a goal at the Santiago Bernabeu against Real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 clash between the two sides. Henry's goal secure a 1-0 aggregate win for Arsenal and sent it into the quarterfinals. Arsene Wenger's side beat Juventus and Villarreal into the final, in which it was defeated by Barcelona. Photo: AP
A celebratory Arsene Wenger clenches his fist and shows off the FA Cup trophy after bringing Arsenal's nine-year wait for a silverware to an end by securing the 2014 FA Cup with a 3-2 victory over Hull City in the final. Photo: AFP
Amid widespread calls for him to step down as Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger led Arsenal to its 10th and final trophy during his time in charge with an FA Cup triumph in the 2016-17 season. Arsenal beat the Premier League champion Chelsea 2-1, coming from behind to win the final and lift the trophy. Photo: AFP