Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal: Champions League Live Score, Highlights, Recap
Allianz Arena—Bavaria, Germany.
UEFA Champions League Round of 16, Second leg
Bayern Munich 0-2 Arsenal
In what is undoubtedly one of the shocks of 2013, Arsenal won 2-0 at the Allianz Arena courtesy of Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny's strikes.
Unfortunately, that still wasn't enough to see them through, and Bayern scraped through the tie on away goals and will take their place in the UCL quarterfinals.
The Gunners may not have progressed, but boy did they restore some pride.
Bayern scrape through on on away goals. Wow.
90'—Bayern are employing some pretty atrocious time-wasting tactics here and Arsenal are getting irritated.
So irritated, in fact, that they give it away cheaply and Robben's umpteenth shot is blocked well.
Can they do it?
More on the goal
Corner kick is swung in and Koscielny beats Martinez in the air to nod home!
Great header, game on!
GOAL! ARSENAL SCORE A SECOND!
Javi Martinez and Santi Cazorla have both picked up yellow cards inside the same minute.
82'—Irresistable from Mueller!
He turns, he weaves, he turns again. Inside the box, no one can catch him! His shot is blocked AGAIN by Fabianski and then Arsenal complete the clearance.
What a performance from the Polish stand-in. Rustiness? Naaaaaaah.
Tymoshchuk on, Kroos off.
BIG CHANCE FOR ARSENAL!
Gervinho, inside the box, turns, fires goalward and it quite literally creeps past the post at about 2 mp/h.
76'—Big chance for Arsenal!
Good work on the right finds Giroud in the box. He tries to turn and feed it into Cazorla's path eight yards out but it's blocked!
74'—Robben latches onto a loose ball, cuts inside and fires high and wide. Gibbs should really know Robben will look to come inside on his left.
73'—Giroud accidentally handballs it and the free kick is given, then the Frenchman kicks the ball away in frustration. Yellow card.
Mandzukic off, Gomez ON
Ramsey, Walcott off.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gervinho ON
Amazing one-two sees Mueller's back-heeled pass set Robben through on goal.
The Dutchman waits and waits, then shoots near post and Fabianski pulls off a stunning save!
66'—There's a lot to admire about Philipp Lahm, and tonight he's been excellent as usual. Never makes a stupid decision, never makes a bad call. Plays it simple, never wastes it.
64'—And again! Bayern come forward, Kroos finds space on the edge of the area but fires well wide.
Luiz Gustavo bends one at goal after being picked out 20 yards from Fabianski's net. Just wide!
Mueller is set free down the right but the ball is bobbling along. When he finally gets it under control he's at a tight angle, and his shot is deflected into Fab's arms.
60'—Cazorla wastes an excellent chance from a free kick by firing it straight into the wall and relinquish possession and pressure.
58'—Mueller cuts in from the right, sees no passing options and lets rip with his left foot. He hits it firmly, but Fabianski responds well.
56'—Straight down the other end, Mueller hits the right-hand byline and fizzes a cross UNDER Fabianski! No one to meet it.
55'—Walcott is through on goal but he's called offside!
I must say, he looked on and that's a golden chance!
53'—Lahm surges forward but Arsenal do very, very well to muscle him off. But as they go forward themselves they lose it and within five seconds Fabianski's goal is under threat.
49'—Robben again, he's been let loose! He tears up field, lays it off to the right and Kroos' low cross is blocked.
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