Arsene Wenger ‘s final match at Old Trafford as Arsenal manager has ended in a 2-1 defeat as Marouane Fellaini scored an injury-time winner to hand Manchester United all three points.

Paul Pogba had broken the deadlock for the hosts in the first half, but a Henrikh Mkhitaryan goal against his former club early in the second half appeared to be enough for a makeshift Arsenal side to earn a point.

However, at a stadium which has seen Wenger enjoy some of the highest and lowest points of his Arsenal career, there was one final sting in the tail as Fellaini netted in the 92nd minute to officially end the visitors’ hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League via the top four.

The result leaves the Gunners still sixth in the table and 11 points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur with only three games remaining, whereas United move five points clear of Liverpool in the race for second place and are now guaranteed a top-four finish this season.