Arsene Wenger may be experiencing a testing time at Arsenal, but he is now a manager with 450 Premier League wins to his name.
The Gunners boss reached that landmark on Wednesday with a 3-0 victory over West Ham.
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Midweek success at Emirates Stadium was Arsenal’s first in four top-flight outings and lifted them back into fifth place in the table, above Manchester United.
Wenger may be facing some uncomfortable questions regarding his future in north London, but he can point to his record as justification for an extended stay.
The Frenchman inherited the Arsenal reins in October 1996, with a 2-0 victory secured over Blackburn Rovers in his first match at the helm.
There have been many more triumphs in the 20 years since then, with the Gunners tasting three Premier League title wins and six FA Cup successes under his guidance.