- FT: Huddersfield Town 0-1 Arsenal
- Wenger gets win in final game as Arsenal manager
- Huddersfield already guaranteed Premier League football next season
And of course there's a pitch invasion from Huddersfield fans to celebrate their safety and the end of the season.
It's all over. Arsene Wenger's 1,235-game reign as Arsenal manager comes to an end.Copyright: Reuters
Huddersfield almost equalise right at the end as David Ospina saves Laurent Depoitre's header on the line.Copyright: Reuters
The keeper is coming up!
Huddersfield have one final free-kick. They'll send players forward surely.
Not sure we're going to have a final chance. It's being played at a slow pace now.
Three added minutes of Arsene Wenger's Arsenal regime. Drink it up Gunners fans.
It's almost over as Philip Billing shoots over from distance.
The final player to hit the woodwork against Arsene Wenger's Arsenal?
Huddersfield so close to a deserved equaliser. The ball bounces in front of Aaron Mooy and he rifles a powerful effort off the crossbar and over the bar.Copyright: PA
Dean Whitehead comes on to a standing ovation - his final three minutes in professional football before retiring. He replaces Jonathan Hogg and takes the armband.
Huddersfield captain Jonathan Hogg's shot is blocked and keeper David Ospina holds onto it.
Chants of Deano from the home crowd - as Dean Whitehead, who retires and joins the coaching staff after today, warms up on the touchline.
They have one change left.
Granit Xhaka almost gives Arsene Wenger a 30-yard screamer as a leaving present, but it goes just wide of the post.
Huddersfield leave plenty of gaps at the back which Danny Welbeck does well to exploit - only to shoot the ball straight at Jonas Lossl once he reaches the box.
1-0 is harsh on the Terriers, 2-0 would be extremely so.Copyright: Reuters
Huddersfield cheers as Gunners striker Alexandre Lacazette tries to chip Jonas Lossl - but just lobs the ball into his hands.Copyright: Getty Images
Huddersfield make their second change as Denmark Under-21 international Philip Billing replaces Steve Mounie.
Corner to Arsenal, but Steve Mounie bundles it wide. And goes down.
Danny Welbeck's cross is cleared by Terence Kongolo.
Terriers striker Steve Mounie looks like he wants to be replaced, he's picked up a knock. Will Dean Whitehead get his final game?Copyright: Reuters