As Arsene Wenger is inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame, we take a look at his records and most memorable feats in the competition as Arsenal manager.
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Wenger managed 828 Premier League matches, the most of any manager in the competition's history.
He is the only manager to go through an entire Premier League season without losing, doing so in 2003/04. Arsenal won 26 and drew 12 of their 38 matches on their way to winning the title.
Wenger holds the record for the longest unbeaten run by a manager in Premier League history, going 49 matches without defeat between May 2003 and October 2004 at Arsenal.
In 2001/02, Wenger’s Arsenal scored in every Premier League match on their way to a second league success. They remain the only team in Premier League history to score in every match in a season.
Wenger was in charge of Arsenal for 22 consecutive Premier League seasons between 1996/97 and 2017/18. It is the most different seasons anybody has managed in Premier League history.
Wenger beat every single team he faced in the competition, winning against all 46 sides he came up against. It is the most sides defeated by a single manager in Premier League history.
Wenger won 106 London derbies in the Premier League, 64 more than any other manager.
Wenger oversaw 27 Premier League victories when losing at half-time, a record for a manager in the competition.
Part 1: Ferguson and Wenger inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
Part 2: Ferguson: my expectation was always to win
Part 3: Wenger: I pursued perfection at Arsenal
Part 4: Ten Hag: Manchester United is Alex Ferguson
Part 5: Arteta: Wenger vision was bigger than any other manager
Part 6: Ferguson's incredible stats as he enters Hall of Fame