Arsenal humiliated again; Real Madrid through to final eight

Arsenal repeated their first leg disaster, not salvaging any pride but somehow humiliating themselves even worse than they did at the Allianz Arena back in February.

They lost 5-1 at home to Bayern Munich, making a 10-2 aggregate score.

While Arsenal started the evening playing for pride, even taking the lead in the first half, the second half was far too like the first leg in Munich.

Bayern ran in five second half goals with embarrassing ease and it looked like if they had wanted another five they could have had them.

Arsenal seeks to achieve near impossible task in Champion's League clash with Bayern Munich

Arsenal will need to pull off one of the biggest football miracles in history in order to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.

Trailing 5-1 to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich from the first leg, Arsene Wenger‘s Gunners need to win 4-0 or better in order to progress.

With Mesut Ozil ruled out for the clash and the future of Alexis Sanchez dominating the headlines, thinks are looking bleak in north London.

In fact, so slim are Arsenal’s chances of progression, Ladbrokes have put a 25/1 price on them reaching the last eight against the German behemoths.