Arsenal suffer second-biggest knockout loss in Champions League history

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The Gunners meekly bowed out of the Champions League last-16 as Bayern Munich ran rampant at the Emirates

Arsenal's 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich in the round of 16 tied the Gunners for the second-biggest knockout-stage loss in Champions League history.

The Gunners lost both legs of the last-16 tie by a 5-1 scoreline. The German champions essentially put the tie away in the first leg at the Allianz Arena on Feb. 15 before furthering Arsenal's misery at the Emirates on Tuesday.

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Bayern Munich hold the record for the largest margin of victory in the Champions League knockout phase by virtue of a 12-1 aggregate win over Sporting Lisbon in the 2009 round of 16.

With Tuesday's result, Arsenal join Werder Bremen (10-2 loss to Lyon in the 2005 round of 16) and Bayer Leverkusen (10-2 defeat to Barcelona in the 2012 round of 16) as teams to lose Champions League knockout ties by eight goals on aggregate. 

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