The final home game of the 2004/05 campaign was a poignant occasion for a number of reasons.
The Club's decision to mark its last year at Highbury with a commemorative 'redcurrant' strip meant that the famous red and white shirt was making its final appearance at the famous old stadium.
Arsenal gave the colours a perfect send-off with an awesome display of attacking football to thrash Everton 7-0 and record the biggest win of any kind under Arsène Wenger.
Dennis Bergkamp marked what some thought would be his last appearance at Highbury with a dazzling performance, capped by a second-half goal. 'One more year,' chanted the crowd, and their wishes were granted when Bergkamp was offered a new deal.
It was an even more emotional night for Edu, who had decided to move to pastures new. He rounded off his Arsenal career in style with a penalty in front of the North Bank after his team-mates insisted he take the spot-kick.
Robin van Persie, Robert Pires (2), Patrick Vieira and Mathieu Flamini were also on target as the Gunners put on a show to remember. The next time they wear red and white, Arsenal will be at their new home.
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