Bayern Munich inflicted another 5-1 defeat on Arsenal in the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie to send the Gunners crashing out of Europe 10-2 on aggregate.
Things had started brightly for Arsene Wenger’s side, after a pre-game protest against his tenure, with Theo Walcott opening the scoring inside 20 minutes.
The tide turned, though, after Laurent Koscielny saw red for bringing down Robert Lewandowski inside the box early in the second half.
The Polish striker dusted himself down to convert from the spot and the floodgates opened.
Former Chelsea winger Arjen Robben returned to haunt Arsenal once more, before Douglas Costa and an brace from Arturo Vidal compounded the misery for Wenger and his beleaguered troops.