Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign at Arsenal in interactive graphics, Part II: Numbers behind Frenchman's longevity

When the curtains came down on another Premier League season last Sunday, it also spelt the end of a long romance between Arsene Wenger and Arsenal, who he managed for 22 years.

File image of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Reuters

File image of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Reuters

It's a reign that brought the North London club 17 trophies, including three League titles and seven FA Cups. There was also the record-breaking, epoch-making, all-conquering Invincibles run where Wenger's Gunners went 49 matches unbeaten in the league — this included going the entire 2003-04 season without tasting defeat.

But perhaps the most mind-boggling stat that the Wenger Era has spawned is that the Frenchman has overseen the club's fortunes for 17 percent of their 132-year existence.

The stint of Wenger even eclipsed that of Sir Alex Ferguson's stay at Manchester United by two years.

Here are more jaw-dropping statistics from Wenger's stay at Arsenal:

Click here for the first part of this data deep dive into Wenger's time at the North London club.

Updated Date: May 18, 2018 15:13 PM

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