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Bayern Munich give five-star hammering to Arsenal in Champions League

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Xabi Alonso returned to training with Bayern Munich despite hobbling out of Monday's session

Here are five things we learned from the 5-1 demolition.

The 53-year-old regularly tweets about the club during matches. The problem for Chelsea is that if you start paying players like Ruben Loftus-Cheek incredible wages most of the academy will start to demand something similar. What chance do you have when your best players aren't your best players?

"This money anyway means we can get the roof fixed and a new boiler. And then we thought, 'No, we haven't done it for any of the other teams coming down'". He's also the highest scoring Frenchman.

According to The Sun, after Arsenal's humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich, which saw them annihilated 5-1 at the Allianz Arena, a dressing room bust-up involving Sanchez has made him plan his exit in the summer.

"They've got two decent players". They don't like the League Cup apparently any more.

But Wenger is likely to be grilled on his plans for the future, even if he has previously insisted he won't decide on whether to extend his 20-year reign until the season's conclusion.

"When I see Gibbs with the captain's armband on at the end of the game, you're in trouble". "No", Doswell said bluntly.

Arsenal fans have seen this movie before. The gap in class and quality between Bayern and Arsenal was already huge-there was no need for the Londoners to further widen it, but that's exactly what they did.

All of Bayern's goal were well executed and a testimony to their superiority, but they all were lubricated by defensive mistakes from Arsenal, ranging from the inept to the ridiculous. "We collapsed mentally", said Wenger who will now face fresh calls for his resignation. "I think Arsene has a lot of experience, the experience to manage this moment, this result and look forward to the next game".

That means trying to forget about the glittering career he hoped to enjoy at the pinnacle of football.

It is the latest in a run of recent games where club-record signing Ozil has stood out for the wrong reasons as he is so often of the periphery of the match.

"We, as Chileans are exhausted to watch one of our biggest stars play on his own to make his team get through", a description of the event said on Facebook.

"We are definitely picking up people who are disenfranchised, (put off) paying 100 pounds for a Premier league ticket", Doswell said.

Sutton could earn up to £700,000 for their passage to the fifth round of the Cup but missed out on a money-spinning tie at the 60,000-capacity Emirates Stadium. "It's important that we take a good result to London, ideally with a clean sheet". They know what it means to play in the Champions League.

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