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Sanches's through ball finds an onside Costa who then has an easy square pass for Arturo Vidal to tap home. Rubbing salt in the wound A minute after Renato Sanches comes off the bench to replace Franck Ribery and Josh Kimmich replaces Thiago Alcantara, Arturo Vidal runs in on goal before lifting a cheeky chip over Ospina and into the net.
Ospina no chance. Granit Xhaka is retrospectively booked after trying to bring down Rafinha in the build up to the goal. The Bayern fans have launched into a chorus of 'football's coming home.
Ospina's poor ball is intercepted by Arjen Robben , but despite Arsenal winning the ball back Sanchez is robbed on the edge of the box by the Dutchman who tucks home a cool finish into the corner.
Lewandowski is well offside following a through ball but Robben instead runs onto it, before his cross is blocked wide by the onrushing Ospina.
Lewandowski is once again played into the box but his powerful rising drive is well beaten away by David Ospina.
The press that was so effective against Bayern is no longer in force as the visitors knock the ball around with relative ease. Of course Arsenal having 10 men is a major part of that.
Confusion still hangs over why Koscielny departed with a red, as Robert Lewandowski nets from the penalty spot to leave Arsenal needing four goals to take this to extra time.
Laurent Koscielny was booked after pushing over Robert Lewandowski for a penalty, but before the spot-kick is taken the defender has now been sent off.
Aaron Ramsey chips a high ball into the box for Olivier Giroud who despite being unmarked makes a mess of his header that loops over the bar.
Following the debatable penalty shout for Walcott not awarded in the first half, the match officials are booed as they return to the field as Arsenal restart looking to score three unanswered goals.
Click here for more maps and stats with our excellent Match Zone. It's getting interesting at the Stadio San Paolo too, where a Dries Mertens goal has put the Serie A side within one goal of knocking out the holders.
They couldn't could they? Click here for more. One of Arsenal's star men of the first half was Theo Walcott, who was a constant threat down the right and bagged the opening goal for the hosts.
He is up against David Alaba in the second period - who is already on a booking. There are chances in this for the Gunners No injury, no tweak, just ill at the wrong moment.
Devastated I couldn't play tonight. But that keeps it interesting doesn't it? The Gunners have scored one, hit the post and had a strong penalty shout turned down in a half they have been on top of.
Robert Lewandowski's miss was a let-off but this tie is still on the table for Arsenal, especially if they produce another 45 minutes like that.
I'm surprised he wasn't booked. Robben attacks that right flank again but instead of completely cutting inside he disguises a chip into the box for Robert Lewandowski, who with just David Ospina to beat scuffs wide across goal on the half volley.
Walcott is again released inside the box on the right, but trying a similar rising near post shot to the opening goal he can only lash into the outside of the side netting.
Perhaps so Walcott appears to be tripped by Xabi Alonso but only a corner is given. The incident was right in front of the fifth sixth?
Really, what are they there for? A break in the Bayern half finds Walcott on the right whose cross is once again cleared behind for a corner.
Bayern are being made to look rather ordinary despite their superior possession. Even a slide challenge from Hector Bellerin brings a huge roar now.
They may not beleive Arsene Wenger is the man to lead them beyond the summer, but they certainly think they can perform an upset tonight. One down, three to go Arsenal take a deserved lead as Theo Walcott does fantastically well to skip past two Bayern defenders inside the box before lashing into the near post top corner.
One down three to go They are pressing Bayern and forcing the German champions into mistakes as Javi Martinez is forced to head behind for a corner.
The Gunners are getting on top now as Granit Xhaka lifts a high ball into the box for Olivier Giroud whose downward header bounces off the post and wide.
A the very least it is encouraging the home fans, who are starting to raise their voices in support of their side.
Theo Walcott is onside as he latches onto a long ball over the top, but sweeper keeper king Manuel Neuer races out his box to intercept and clear for a throw in.
The Bayern winger goes on a tricky run down the right but Arsenal learn their lessons from the first leg as after he cuts inside the Dutchman sees his shot blocked out for a corner.
Astonishing when you consider this is still a Champions League clash with Bayern Munich. It's a good start from the German side who dominate the ball but they haven't created anything to trouble the Gunners just yet.
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Can Arsenal do the unthinkable? When you break it down, two goals in either half isn't beyond the realms of possibility.
Danny Welbeck has picked up an injury in the warm up. His place will now be taken by Olivier Giroud. Bayern: unbeaten in last 16 matches in all comps.
Arsenal: lost 4 of their last 6 in all competitions. The supporters have been chanting 'we want Wenger out' and 'Arsene Wenger you're killing our club.
A stroll down the Mall, perhaps, or a nostalgic trip to Wembley, the scene of their last Champions League triumph. Yet this is Bayern Munich.
Ruthless, predatory Bayern Munich. Even with a lead from the first leg and essentially free passage into the quarter-finals, the Germans are not planning to mess around.
No sign of Arsenal chucking in the towel early as Arsene Wenger makes four changes to the side beaten at Liverpool on Saturday - including a recall for Alexis Sanchez.
It's perhaps a sign of Bayern's strength in depth that they can make five changes to a side that thumped Cologne at the weekend and still look strong.
Unsere Aufstellung vs. Programme notes: 'We have to attack and go forward with determination and flow to try to score goals. We want to give ourselves a chance.
What is at stake is our pride and our honour to really compete for 90 minutes. We were close to reversing the situation and I remember Robin van Persie had a chance to make it in the second half.
We need to go into the game with a committed attitude and after, the consequences of that could be that you get them into a position to wobble.
Gilberto Silva, who played a major role as the Gunners went the entire season unbeaten to win the title, believes his former manager is being surpassed by younger rivals Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp and the spending power of their respective clubs.
Pressure has mounted on Wenger as his side face up to the real danger of finishing outside the Premier League's top four for the first time since , with the Frenchman out of contract at the end of the season.
Click here for more fixtures, tables and results with our Match Zone. February festival days. Shrove Tuesday. Arsenal out of the Champions League day.
Arsenal out of the Champions League day. Well, as good as. Since , Arsenal have exited this competition every year at the first knockout stage and while this tie is not technically over, it is going to take a Herculean, Tom Brady-style comeback for Arsene Wenger's men to progress now.
Click here for Martin Samuel's full match report from the Allianz Arena. And yet 45 minutes ago they were technically leading this tie!
Once again the Gunners fall in Munich just like last season and for the seventh season running they are on course for a last exit.
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Even now an away goal isn't a lost cause for Arsenal. Oxlade-Chamberlain loses the ball and that leads to Alcantara and Thomas Muller combining before the latter strokes a calm finish into the bottom corner.
Lahm is booked for bringing down Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and that means the full-back will be suspended for the second leg. Douglas Costa cuts inside from the right and follows up with a powerfully whipped effort towards the bottom corner that the Arsenal stopper does well to tip away.
Bayern though are still pushing for a fifth goal. A second away goal puts them right back into this tie, with a or a win at the Emirates Stadium then being enough to send them through.
Before he had to limp off, the Gunners appeared to have the likes of Lewandowski well under control. No surprise to see it's an attacking one as Alex Iwobi is replaced by Theo Walcott.
Moments after Javi Martinez sees a header brilliantly saved by Ospina, Thiago Alcantara sees a deflected shot creep home. In the space of 10 minutes Arsenal's Champions League hopes have gone form promising to 'here we go again Kieran Gibbs clearly blocks a Robben shot on the line with his right hand, but despite the incident happening right in front of the fifth sixth?
Either way the hosts are totally dominant now as another Lahm cross finds Lewandowski, who this time can't direct a header on target.
This is brutal from Bayern as Xabi Alonso's pass is flicked on by Lewandowski, with Thiago Alcantara picking the ball up inside the box before slotting past Ospina.
The Gunners looking much more dangerous when they attack. Ospina is fine to continue. Another pre-tournament favourite isn't getting it all their own way at home as Real Madrid are being held by Napoli.
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Click here for more maps and stats with our excellent Match Zone. A tale of two strikers. While Alexis Sanchez has scored ok, he did miss a penalty he has also looked dangerous as the focal point of the GUnners' counter attack.
Robert Lewandowski on the other hand has missed a couple of headed opportunities as well as giving away the penalty Granted it may still be with plenty of football to be played but with the safety net of an away goal, it's now Bayern Munich who must find a response at the Allianz Arena.
If it stays like this at full-time then Arsene Wenger's side are in an ideal position ahead of the second leg at the Emirates Stadium.
They've earned it too. Both sides have created good opportunities in that first period with the Gunners responding well after a far too negative opening 20 minutes.
Mesut Ozil gets behind the Bayern defence to run in on goal but from a tight angle his effort is well saved by Neuer. A Xabi Alonso free-kick into the box is met by Mats Hummels who can only head wide at the back post.
There will be one added minute to the first half. Lewansdowski is unmarked as he rises to meet a cross from David Alaba but the striker can only head over the crossbar.
Bayern continue to try and dominate possession but they are getting nowhere near Ospina's goal now. Following a counter attack the ball is cut back to Granit Xhaka who puts as much power into his yard strike as he does with his challenges on opposition players.
Either side of Neuer and it's a certain goal but the Switzerland midfielder can only fire straight at the Bayern keeper who does well to hold onto it.
Thiago Alcantara's chipped pass to the byline is well kept in by Vidal who cuts the ball back, but Lewandowski can only guide his near post header over the bar.
Not the easiest of chances for the Poland striker. There really wasn't much in it but the forward may have been cautioned for pushing the defender while he was on the ground after.
Arsenal have the away goal Robert Lewandowski's clumsy attempt of a clearance from a corner sees him only foul Laurent Koscielny.
Mesut Ozil's low effort across goal was spilled by Manuel Neuer, with the resulting loose ball poked wide. Although the offside flag had since gone up after the keeper's error.
Encouraging signs for Arsenal though as they try and get an influence in this game. Within seconds though it's all over as two Bayern defenders get across to rob the Chilean of the ball.
Candy from a baby. They actually get yellow shirts in the Bayern half but an attempt of a shot from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is blocked before the hosts clear to safety.
Bayern Munich continue to dominate as they look to press for a second goal. The Gunners remain set up to counter attack but they look far too deep and we haven't even played 20 minutes yet.
We've seen this before, vintage ArjenRobben! Robben again finds space to shoot, but this time his low effort is well stopped by Ospina.
Arjen Robben has been doing this for well over a decade as he cuts inside from the right before bending a stunning strike across goal into the top corner from just outside the box.
Ospina is called into action as Arturo Vidal's low yard shot tests the Arsenal stopper, who does well to collect and hold.
It manages to evade Robert Lewandowski and although Bayern pick up the loose ball in midfield it doesn't result in an attacking opportunity.
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Click on the above link for more. It's a packed house greeting the players onto the field, with Arsenal wearing their yellow change strip this evening.
Walcott has been left out of the starting XI but everyone has a part to play. When you're a young boy you have to be capable of showing your quality.
He has to see it in a positive way. Two weeks on they have an arguably tougher test against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
This is no happy homecoming for a German World Cup winner. Click here for more. Alex Ferguson is losing two records tonight. Buried beneath a mountain of platitudes and compliments from Manuel Neuer and indeed his Bayern team-mate Mats Hummels was this kernel.
The Gunners may know Bayern very well by now, but this is the first time they have faced the German giants since Carlo Ancelotti took the reins in Munich last summer.
Much has changed since then, and the team that Arsenal face is markedly different to the one which was so thrilling under Pep Guardiola.
In short, too good for every other side in Germany. Having won eight of their last nine Bundlesliga games as well as going undefeated in all competitions since November Bayern are top of the table by seven points in front of nearest challengers Red Bull Leipzig as they target a fifth straight league title.
Click here for more fixtures, tables and results with our excellent Match Zone. It seems strange that Arsenal are not playing Petr Cech — their goalkeeper who starts week in, week out in the Premier League — in such a pivotal match.
Arsene Wenger will have picked David Ospina to play against Bayern Munich either for the Colombian's form in the group stages or because he believes Cech, 34, is not at the level he once was and might struggle to play three games in a week.
Arsenal go into arguably their biggest game of the season on Wednesday night as they look to lay down a marker against Bayern Munich in their Champions League round of 16 first leg tie.
The Gunners have bowed out at this stage of the competition on six consecutive occasions and finding a way past the Bavarian giants will be difficult.
Sportsmail asks its team of expert reporters whether the Frenchman is making a big mistake dropping the only player in his squad to have lifted the famously big-eared trophy.
Earlier I asked what the score was when Arsenal first faced Bayern Munich in the last in - with bonus points for getting the goalscorers.
Having lost the first leg in Munich , the Gunners responded with a victory in the second leg at Highbury courtesy of a Thierry Henry goal as they went down in the tie.
Kolo Toure netted an away goal late on for the Gunners. Bayern Munich also make two alterations following two last-minute goals to win at Ingolstadt at the weekend.
His record will be lauded when he retires.