Arsenal were absolutely thrashed by Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena not so long ago and last night, the German champions completed Arsenal’s misery by humiliating them in front of their very own crowd at the Emirates.
Overall, the Bundesliga giants eliminated the North Londoners from the UEFA Champions League with a 10-2 aggregate win.
The Gunners showed some fight in the first half but literally collapsed in the second forty five minutes. Some players were not focused at all and made silly passes to gift Bayern the goals.
Chilean playmaker Alexis Sanchez was substituted when the score was 2-1 and after his departure, Arsenal conceded three more goals. The former Barcelona star, who is heavily linked with a move away from the club, was seen laughing when the score was 5-1 on the night.
In all fairness, Arsene Wenger needs to leave the club in the summer and the same goes for Alexis Sanchez as well.
Here is how football fans reacted when Alexis was laughing at Arsenal’s demise.
Alexis Sanchez laughing at the state of Arsenal Football Club. 😂
Bye, Arsenal Twitter. pic.twitter.com/B9gRHZ3iDp
— Manchester United (@ManUtdChannel) March 7, 2017
Alexis Sanchez should be ashamed of himself.Brilliant player but laughing on Saturday and today.Respect ye great club. Cheeky c*nt @Arsenal
— Neil (@French_N1975) March 7, 2017
Alexis Sanchez laughing did not cause all this. Let’s focus on the real problems at #Arsenal.
— Maximiliano Bretos (@mbretosESPN) March 7, 2017
Embarrassing how all the players looked around at each other after each goal. Clueless. No leader. And Alexis laughing on the bench? End.
— Joe Mardon (@TheArsenal_) March 7, 2017
Arsenal have been battered 10-2, and yet the most embarrassing thing of the night is Alexis Sanchez laughing at his own team.
— Ashley James (@AiJ94_) March 7, 2017
Bro Alexis laughing at how bad arsenal are lmao
— Jelly Jam Sam (@DitonGilani) March 7, 2017
Alexis openly laughing on the bench at Arsenal’s humiliation. Ok I kind of love him now. Sign him Roman.
— Andrew Turmer (@AndrewTurmer) March 7, 2017