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The best Tweets from Arsenal 1 – Bayern Munich 3
It was another bad night at the office for Arsenal and their under fire manager Arsene Wenger.
Early goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller put the Gunners on the back foot within the opening 21 minutes and whilst Lukas Podolski’s goal brought Arsenal some hope it was quickly dashed by Mario Mandzukic’s effort.
On Monday, in his now infamous press conference, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger appeared to take a swipe at his online critics with the phrase: “We live in a democracy of experts & opinions.”
Presumably Wenger did not see much of the vitriol that was aimed his and Arsenal’s way on Tuesday on Twitter but it was rather harsh.
The best Tweets from Arsenal 1 – Bayern Munich 3 are below.
If Arsenal win tonight I’ll tweet out my bank details.
— Michael The Dug (@KillerKarrit) February 19, 2013
How often do you see the ball across the Arsenal defence not dealt with? More dreamy defending allowed Kroos to smash that in. 0-1
— Paul Hayward (@_PaulHayward) February 19, 2013
Horror show for #afc. 2-0 to Bayern. Muller scores. Arsenal’s defence is embarrassing. Bayern fans singing ‘Football’s coming home”
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) February 19, 2013
If Wenger has a hairdryer, I recommend switching it on, pointing it away from goal and substituting it for Mertesacker.
— Jonathan Liew (@jonathanliew) February 19, 2013
— Infostrada Sports (@InfostradaLive) February 19, 2013
Incredible right back display by Lahm; as skilled as a winger and always moving to counter attack.
— David Conn (@david_conn) February 19, 2013
When you look at Bayern. Kroos, Muller, Lahm, Schweinstigerand Alaba all homegrown. Whoever wrote the blueprint, must be proud right now.
— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 19, 2013
Arsenal’s advertising hoardings stick the boot in. twitter.com/offthepost/sta…
— offthepost.info (@offthepost) February 19, 2013
Loud booing from the fans who hadn’t left before final whistel
— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) February 19, 2013
Oh well. Arsenal 1 – Bayern Munich 3. But remember, home goals count single.
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) February 19, 2013
Time to focus on the one trophy that really matters – coming 4th in the Premier League.#Arsenal
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 19, 2013
This was no Blackburn. Bayern were simply far too good for us.
— gunnerblog (@gunnerblog) February 19, 2013
- Updated: February 19, 2013