Arsenal ended their league campaign on a high by beating Burnley 3-1 away at Turf Moor to finish fifth in the Premier League table.

A brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and a goal from youngster Eddie Nketiah was enough for the Gunners to seal the points. Ashley Barnes did pull one back in between for the home side, but it proved to be a consolation.

Aubameyang had two great chances in the first half, but the first hit the bar and the second was saved by Tom Heaton.

Burnley then grew into the game and dominated Arsenal’s centre-backs Shkodran Mustafi and Konstantinos Mavropanos. An injury to the latter in the 34th minute allowed Laurent Koscielny to come in and steady the ship.

The deadlock was broken seven minutes into the second half, when Ben Mee miscontrolled a pass from Jack Cork, allowing Aubameyang to run past him and score the opener.

11 minutes later, the joint Golden Boot winner scored his 22nd league goal of the season with a thumping volley past Heaton.

Burnley pulled one back in the 65th minute, when Barnes got at the end of Johann-Berg Gudmundsson’s pass and glanced his header in.

Arsenal’s youngster Nketiah scored the final goal of the game in the 94th minute, when he poked the ball through Heaton’s legs to score.

The Gunners’ Europa League group stage place is fixed as a result of this win, however, they must be eyeing Champions League football when they meet Chelsea in the Europa League final 17 days from now.

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