Arsenal was smashed out of the Champions League in stupendous humiliating style today, losing to Bayern Munich 5-1 again and subsequently 10-2 on aggregate.
The Gunners were up in the first half of the game and they pushed Bayern to the extremely while mounting weight on the German visitors.,the influenced paid off inevitably. the officiating ref controversially denies Wenger’s men the opportunity to double their lead. Koscielny was asked to leave for good. Bayern totally went crazy in the second half as they redirected Arsenal fate to the Allianz Arena massacre.
After the break, Bayern came thumping on Arsenal’s entryway asking for to serve them 5 jugs of Red Wine. Bayern Munich built their way into the Arsenal box when Lewandowski was about to shoot, Koscielny got his body before the striker and the referee point to the penalty spot., Koscielny was demonstrated a yellow card but after a minute deliberation and talks with the linesmen, the official returned to award Koscielny a straight red! Robert Lewandowski pulled one back for Ancelotti men.
The North London side was now presently opened for an entire slaughter. Arjen Robben multiplied Bayern lead in the 68th min. Substitute Douglas Costa made it 3 for Bayern in the 78th, before Arturo Vidal got the 4th goal
Bayern players faltered over themselves to score more as Arturo Vidal got on the score sheet again at the end of the day making it 5 in the 85th minute.
Arsene Wenger studied the scene with a dismal look all over. He then got up his seat, zoomed up his coat with one swoop draw and strolled down the passage with a sore face. What an unfortunate scene for Arsenal fans all over the World. What a night of melancholy! and a sweet night for the visitors to have a couple beer to celebrate their qualification to the next round
The home supporters voted with their feet by leaving all at once much sooner than the last whistle was blown, while a segment held up “Wenger out placard and banners’. Others turned on Chairman Stan Kroenke by droning ‘get out of our club’ chants.
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