The Dutchman opened the scoring as the German side ran rampant against Arsene Wenger's charges and admitted that it seems the tie is over already
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Aurelio De Laurentiis blasted the Serie A side for their attacking mindset against Real Madrid, but the club's manager defended his tactics
The former Gunners defender feels the end is now on the horizon for the veteran coach following another heavy Champions League defeat
The Real Madrid may be enduring his longest goal drought in the competition, but he is still playing his part in creating opportunities for others
The Real Madrid coach was shocked to see his side concede after an intense start to the Champions League tie, but was glad they fought back to win
Barcelona star Lionel Messi leads the way with an incredible nine goals in just four group-stage appearances, while Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is in the top three
Visibly shaken Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could offer few reasons to explain his team's performance in a 5-1 loss away to Bayern Munich.
The Spanish midfielder was lauded by his manager after helping Bayern Munich smash Arsenal in the Champions League
Gunners fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment with the 5-1 defeat in the Allianz Arena, calling for their manager to be sacked
The manner in which Arsenal capitulated in Munich was typical of a Wenger side who continually to show defensive naivety in crucial games
The German giants unleashed a 5-1 beating on Arsenal and now have not lost in the competition at home since 2014.
The Gunners were on the end of a thumping at the hands of the German giants, with the Bavarians cheekily taunting their opponents on social media
The Portuguese could not bring an end to an already extended dry spell for Los Blancos in Europe when his side beat Napoli 3-1 on Wednesday
Zinedine Zidane's side fell behind to a stunning strike by Lorenzo Insigne but kept calm to conjure an impressive comeback for Los Blancos
The prolific Pole's decision to ignore the Gunners' interest in his services was vindicated during Bayern's latest rout of the hapless Londoners
Despite a promising first-half performance, the Gunners capitulated after the break as Carlo Ancelotti's men took a commanding lead in this last-16 tie before the return leg...
The Gunners were torn apart by Bayern as they put five past Arsene Wenger's men, with the visitors reaching an unwanted milestone in the process
The Brazilian midfielder scored once and provided plenty of grit in midfield, as Zinedine Zidane's men came from a goal behind to win comfortably in the Spanish capital
The European champions got off to a bad start at the Santiago Bernabeu, but responded well with goals from Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos and Casemiro
Arjen Robben, Robert Lewandowski, Thiago Alcantara and Thomas Muller scored the goals to leave the Gunners facing yet another last 16 exit