Bayern Munich 1 Arsenal 1 - player ratings: Who scored highest for the Gunners – Mesut Ozil or Lukas Podolski?
All the player ratings from the Allianz Arena
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Arsenal's impossible task to make it through to the Champions League quarter-finals fell short with a 1-1 draw against Bayern Munich, so how did the players fare?
Mesut Ozil looked tired again and was subbed off at half time with a hamstring problem.
All of the Gunners played their part defensively to keep Bayern at bay but the quality of Germans ultimately came through.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lukas Podolski gave hope to Arsene Wenger's side and were the stand out men for the north London side.
Arjen Robben was the top pick on the night with his pace and trickery a constant threat.
So how did they fare? See the ratings from the Allianz Arena below...
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