However, he has the chance to achieve that feat when Arsenal take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley, a match you can listen to LIVE on talkSPORT.
In team news Arsenal start with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang up front in a 3-4-3 formation with Mesut Ozil supporting Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey returning from injury to start. In defence, Nacho Monreal and Hector Bellerin will be continuing as full-backs with Koscielny and Mustafi as the centre-backs. The Argentine then had a clear run through the middle and his deft lob over David Ospina gave the Blues the lead with 18 minutes played.
Alexandre Lacazette continues to sit out for Arsenal following knee surgery, while Santi Cazorla remains a long-term absentee with an achilles problem.
This was one of the worst aspects – you couldn’t say outright worst, because there were many – for Wenger.
De Bruyne has starred for City this season, leading to manager Pep Guardiola to talk up the Belgium worldwide as a potential Ballon d’Or victor.
With Leroy Sane also back in action after making a rapid recovery from an ankle injury, the Blues will only be without the suspended Fabian Delph.
Both the sides are highly attacking sides and will look to bank on their strengths.
The South American forward managed to shrug off the attentions of Mustafi who meekly appealed for a free-kick before Aguero lifted a finish over Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina.
Arsenal were terrible from start to finish and can have no complaints with the final score.
Guardiola put the icing on the cake by sending Gabriel Jesus and Phil Foden onto the pitch for the latter stages of the game, which delighted the fans further. City is already cruising its way to the Premier League title, but after lowly Wigan sent them crashing out of the FA Cup, in the fifth round last week, the Cityzens will be keen to make amends in this cup final.
The Gunners have won on each of his last nine trips to Wembley when it’s been a neutral venue in winning three FA Cups and three Community Shields in the past four seasons.
Perhaps with this in mind, Guardiola will not endorse any wild celebrations if his team triumph, with a Premier League rematch at Arsenal on Thursday to consider. Today’s fixture marks their eighth final.
This will the first titular contest of the season.