Arsene Wenger signed off at Emirates Stadium with a stylish win in his final home match for Arsenal as they beat Burnley 5-0.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finished off Alexandre Lacazette’s cross on 14 minutes to open the scoring.
Arsenal doubled their lead in first-half stoppage time through a similar goal.
This time Hector Bellerin’s cross was volleyed in by Lacazette.
Sead Kolasinac made it 3-0 shortly after half-time with a fierce drive and 10 minutes later it was 4-0 thanks to Alex Iwobi's high finish.
Arsenal’s fifth resembled their first two as Bellerin centred for Aubameyang to convert first time.
The win sealed a sixth-placed finish for Arsenal and qualification for the UEFA Europa League group stage.
Burnley remain seventh and will also be in the Europa League but from the second qualifying round.
See: Burnley report
Arsenal: 9 May v Leicester (A)
Burnley: 13 May v AFC Bournemouth (H)