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Ryan Giggs speaks to reporters yesterday

Lionel Messi claims Arjen Robben helped Spain win the World Cup

Barcelona star credits Robben's miss with helping Spain to title

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness was reduced to tears at the club's annual general meeting

Uli Hoeness jailed: Bayern Munich boss given sentenced to three years for tax evasion

Club president sentenced to three years and six months

Lukasz Fabianski looks set for summer Arsenal exit despite Bayern Munich performance

Polish keeper coming to the end of his contract at the Emirates

Bayern Munich face Uefa action following homophobic banner targeting Mesut Ozil before Arsenal game

Small banner targeting German international Mesut Ozil was displayed before the game

Arsene Wenger throws the ball back into play during Arsenal's 2-0 defeat against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Bayern do not know why Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola did not shake hands after the match

Wenger appeared to snub his opposite number at the final whistle after defeat

Wojciech Szczesnt fouls Arjen Robben to concede the penalty
Olivier Giroud was dropped by Arsene Wenger for the 2-0 defeat against Bayern Munich

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Olivier Giroud was 'not dropped as a punishment', insists manager Arsene Wenger

The untested 21-year-old Yaya Sanogo was preferred for crucial clash

Arsene Wenger looks on from the sidelines during the 2-0 defeat by Bayern Munich

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Arsene Wenger remains optimistic, claiming 'the tie isn't over because we will fight to the end'

Gunners face uphill task to progress against Champions League holders

Arjen Robben Flying Dutchman had one effort blocked before earning penalty as Szczesny brought him down. A consistent threat from the right side all night.8

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2 player ratings: Who scored lower - Mesut Ozil or Wojciech Szczesny?

Man-for-man marking of how the players got on from the Champions League clash

Arsenal v Bayern Munich: 'Arsene Wenger is not a specialist in failure,' says Bayern coach Pep Guardiola

Guardiola had kinder words for the Gunners manager than Jose Mourinho

Mesut Özil ‘doesn’t come from a small club, he is used to pressure,’ said Arsène Wenger

Arsenal v Bayern Munich: Lukas Podolski is 'lazy' and Mesut Ozil needs to bulk up, says Markus Babbel

Former Bayern Munich and Liverpool defender has harsh words for the Gunners

Eliaquim Mangala has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain

Transfer news: Manchester City ready to spend £38m today on Eliaquim Mangala in order to beat Manchester United and PSG to Porto defender

The Frenchman has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain

Toni Kroos

Transfer news: Pep Guardiola admits Manchester United target Toni Kroos could leave Bayern Munich

German midfielder could be in line for Old Trafford switch

Toni Kroos

Transfer news: Pep Guardiola hints that Bayern Munich could sell Toni Kroos to Manchester United

German international yet to reach new contract agreement with his club

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