After Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had pulled the Gunners level, Scott then awarded Leicester a penalty after Henrikh Mkhitaryan had tripped Demarai Gray in the area.
Jamie Vardy scored from the spot before Riyad Mahrez added another goal late on.
Gifts and giveaways aside, it was a fitting farewell for both a fine man and a fine manager who, once this weekend is over, will hopefully return to our screens, whether in the manager's chair or the pundit's, with or without a tie.
'I think the Premier League has voted against VAR and it is upsetting. "We live in a society where people want big change always, you know". "I disagree with the red card because (Rob) Holding would have caught this ball and he (Konstantinos Mavropanos) was not the last man".
Arsene Wenger admits his long goodbye from Arsenal has been a bittersweet experience as he prepares to finally say farewell on Sunday. We watched it again, it's a nice dive but it's not a penalty. Arsenal has the most significant component required for constructing a strike force: a center-forward who is at his top and functioning at the peak of his game. And Wenger admitted he may have made a mistake by starting the 20-year-old centre-back just three days after the Burnley match.
Wenger said: 'It is a very unique press conference because Ferguson was the last one and I would like to take this opportunity to wish him well.
Only Wes Morgan and Kasper Schmeichel started more than Huth's 35 league games en route to the title, while his crucial victor at Tottenham Hotspur and remarkable double at Manchester City were truly iconic moments in one of English football's greatest stories. "I would like to congratulate him on everything he has achieved as a Leicester City player." . "When you work hard, you get your chance, so I'll keep working hard and see what's next", Sky Sports News quotes Iheanacho as saying.
It means Wenger's side have kept up their record of losing every single Premier League away fixture in 2018, a hugely unwanted and embarrassing stat, and one they will be keen to end at Huddersfield on Sunday. We had the confidence and the momentum and we finished well.
"It's a frustration because I believe we played a great game and with 10 against 11 we have shown quality in our game and spirit".