Bayern Munich outclass Arsenal, Real Madrid cruise past Napoli

Tricia Pearson
February 17, 2017

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The 67-year-old Frenchman was stunned nearly into silence after Wednesday's last 16 first-leg clash, answering just three questions in a press conference that lasted under three minutes.

"We are a ******g shambles". Then we concede the second goal and then ... we lost Koscielny.

"We play at home so we want to put pressure on them from the very first minute".

His contract is up at the end of the season and Smith, who retired in 1995 - a year before Wenger took over - is hoping the Frenchman opts to walk away to preserve his legacy.

Arjen Robben's superb curling shot gave Bayern the lead on 11 minutes, but Sanchez levelled by drilling home Manuel Neuer's save from a penalty on 30 minutes.

"We know at the moment every time they lose a game of football the swell against Arsene Wenger is going to grow and grow".

"First of all, I didn't think there was any great spirit about it".

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

"This team is getting no response from him". If they were sitting high in that mini League of matches between the top-six Premier League clubs and he hadn't scored or made assists, then that would back up the argument.

"I think he should go and I'd say that, like most people in football, with a sad heart because of what he's done".

However, Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti believes that Wenger has the experience to pull Arsenal out of the mire.

"Against Bayern, he would have stood in the middle of the pitch and said: "Ox, get in here alongside me. We really killed the game", he said".

But Ancelotti will be relieved his side showed what it is capable of after five unconvincing games since the winter break, when Bayern faced criticism for looking exhausted and lacking the dominance it displayed at the start of the season. He did, however, make the history books for becoming the only manager to guide two different teams to the quarter-finals of the competition in their debut season with a club.

"We have to win, ideally keep them to zero, so that we have a bit of a cushion for the second game in London".

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