Bayern Munich humiliate Arsenal 10-2 on aggregate

The Bavarian giants earned a 1-5 well deserved victory against Arsenal at the Emirates Sports Stadium to qualify for the last 8 of the UEFA Champions League

Arsenal started the scoring through Theo Walcott in the first half, but the scaled turned in favour of the visitors with the sending off of Laurent Koscielny in the second half. Robert Lewandowski scored from the resultant penalty kick from Koscielny's tackle, before Arjen Robben put Bayern Munich into the lead.

Douglas Costa made it 3-1, before two goals from Arturo Vidal completed the onslaught.

Bayern defeated Arsenal 5-1 in the first leg at the Alienz Arena, hence have qualified for the last eight 10-2 on aggregate.

The stats

The 10-2 aggregate defeat is the worst suffered by an English side in the Champions League.

It was Arsenal's biggest home loss since November 1998 (5-0 against Chelsea in the League Cup).

Only one Champions League tie has seen a greater margin of victory for a team - Bayern Munich v Sporting Lisbon (12-1, 2009).

Only Barcelona (27 against Celtic) have scored more Champions League goals against a single opponent than Bayern have against Arsenal (26).

In the other round of 16 game on Tuesday Real Madrid also came from a goal down to beat Napoli 1-3 in Naples to complete a 6-2 win on aggregate and also book a place in the quarter finals.

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