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Arsene Wenger met with striker: He only moved last summer

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Record signing Mesut Ozil was accused of being a passenger by Kahn, who claimed the Germany global was wasting his talent by failing to make his mark on the match. "We made everything wrong, the fifth goal shows that".

The 67-year-old Frenchman was stunned nearly into silence after Wednesday's game, answering just three questions in a press conference that lasted under three minutes.

"I am not looking for excuses".

"Arsenal have completely disintegrated".

"We are a ******g shambles", he posted.

"They were very, very poor, but I am not surprised", began Keane. Hopefully for Arsenal fans he will confirm this decision sooner rather than later in order to make sure that the board will have enough time to find his replacement.

Robert Lewandowski, the Polish who had been Arsenal's nightmare, even while playing for Dortmund, scored for Bayern in the 53rd minute, to shoot them ahead 2-1 and opened a floodgate of three more goals. "It is a shock of course to lose at this level". Neuer saved Sanchez's penalty, but the Chile worldwide drilled home the rebound from a tight angle at the second attempt.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is expected to step down as manager when his contract runs out at the end of the season.

"When I see Gibbs with the captain's armband on at the end of the game, you are in big trouble".

"He just seems so low", former full-back Dixon told ITV.

"This team is getting no response from him". "I felt he did not feel confident (against Hull)". He owes it to himself to change that. They have a silent owner who is sleepwalking towards the abyss.

"It's important that I spoke up at the time", said Farah on Thursday after travelling back from training in Ethiopia.

It was going grand until the 11th minute at which point Arsenal decided that Arjen Robben cutting in from the right and taking a swing with his left foot posed no danger, despite the fella netting incessantly from these very situations since he first laid eyes on a football.

Arsenal has lost in the last 16 in each of the last six seasons with Bayern responsible for their 2013 and 2014 exits.

The 57-year-old also hailed the result as Bayern's best performance since he replaced Pep Guardiola as head coach this season.

When asked if the Gunners possessed their best squad for a number of years, Hummels said: "For me it's always hard [to make such comparisons] as you have ups and downs during a season".

UEFA Champions League round of 16 play continues on Wednesday as Bayern Munich and Arsenal face off in the first leg of their series in Munich, Germany.

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