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Bayern Munich's Polish forward Robert Lewandowski (2R) celebrates with Bayern Munich's Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso (C), Bayern Munich's Austrian defender David Alaba, Bayern Munich's French midfielder Franck Ribery (R) and Bayern Munich's Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal after scoring a penalty during the UEFA Champions League last 16 second leg football match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich at The Emirates Stadium in London on March 7, 2017. (AFP)
Bayern Munich's Polish forward Robert Lewandowski (2R) celebrates with Bayern Munich's Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso (C), Bayern Munich's Austrian defender David Alaba, Bayern Munich's French midfielder Franck Ribery (R) and Bayern Munich's Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal after scoring a penalty during the UEFA Champions League last 16 second leg football match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich at The Emirates Stadium in London on March 7, 2017. (AFP)
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Bayern Munich have shown no mercy to an already unfortunate Gunners by posting another humiliating 5-1 victory, this time in the second leg, to record a 10-2 aggregate win.

It was not looking too bad for Arsene Wenger’s men with Theo Walcott beating Manuel Neuer from a tight angle in the 20th minute to help the Gunners cut down on the 5-1 deficit.

But, Wenger’s luck soon ran out in the second half when Laurent Koscielny was sent off and Bayern was awarded a penalty.

And, that’s when the nightmare began as Robert Lewandowski stepped up to start the scoring spree in 58th minute. 12 minutes later, Arjen Robben joined in the action to extend the lead.

Bayern did not stop the punishment as Douglas Costa capitalized on Arsenal's sloppy passing to put himself on the score-sheet before Arturo Vidal added a brace within a short five minute span to wrap up a bombardment of goals.

The 10-2 result is the worst suffered by an English side in this tournament so far.