Carlo Ancelotti unsure Arsene Wenger will survive Arsenal's latest thrashing by Bayern Munich

The Gunners have dropped out of the top four and are out of Europe

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Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti is unsure whether Arsene Wenger will survive the thrashing dished out by his side to Arsenal at the Emirates on Tuesday night.

The Gunners were on the wrong end of a 5-1 hammering for the second time in two weeks at the hands of the German champions, despite leading 1-0 going in at half time.

It is the seventh consecutive season Arsenal have been dumped out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage and seemingly insurmountable pressure has built up, especially after the Gunners fell out of the top four following the Premier League defeat to Liverpool last weekend.

Asked if Wenger could survive this latest defeat, Ancelotti said: “I don't know. I am not the owner of Arsenal but he is more experienced than me, can handle pressure.

"The result doesn't reflect what happened. Arsenal played very well with 10 men.”

There was a fan protest outside the Emirates before the game against Wenger with the aim of persuading the Frenchman to step down as manager and turn down a two-year extension that is on the table when his contract expires at the end of the season.

However, Wenger when asked about the protest, he said “I’ve got nothing to add to that”, but did admit he was unsure whether the defeat would be his last Champions League match as boss.