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#WengerOut – How Twitter reacted to Bayern Munich’s win against Arsenal

by Josh Powell | February 19, 2013

Arsenal are pretty much out of the Champions League after Bayern Munich thumped them 3-1 at the Emirates on Tuesday evening. Barring a miracle over in Germany it will mean an eighth trophy-less year for Arsene Wenger who is under massive pressure.

Goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller gave Munich a 2-0 lead going into half-time and the Germans were comfortable. The opening first half looked about as much effort as a half-hearted training session. So much so that if Manuel Nueur hadn’t been wearing those four-fingered gloves he could have read a decent book without being too worried.

The fight-back was kinda on in the second half when Lukas Podolski pulled one back but Mario Mandzukic restored Bayern’s two goal cushion. Last year’s runners-up were effective and clinical and the worrying thing is they looked like they could have stepped it up if they wanted to.

After pretty much going out of two cups in four days it was no surprise to see the Twitter backlash, headed of course by Piers Morgan.

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