We all want to forget defeat as soon as we can and Arsenal’s 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich will be one they will want to forget in a hurry but that wound would be deep not because they couldn’t loose to Bayern but the master-class display by Guardiola’s men showed both team were on a different class at least for the night.
Robert Lewandowski broke the offside trap to open the scoring, before Thomas Muller bagged two and David Alaba and Arjen Robben followed suit.
A record-equalling European defeat leaves Arsenal six points behind Bayern and Olympiakos with two games left but Arsene Wenger believes its still a fight to win if they stay focus.
Arsene Wenger on Arsenal’s chances of qualifying…
No matter what percentage we have, we have to dig in for the chance to qualify. We now have to focus on the Premier League on Sunday and bounce back with a different performance because we are in a good position in the league. It’s important that we realise what we did today and we know that.