Chilean fans to march, asking Sanchez to leave Arsenal

Chilean fans to march, asking Sanchez to leave Arsenal

Then we concede the second goal and then the most important was that we lost Koscielny.

The German side didn't take long to open the scoring as Arjen Robben perfectly executed his trademark goal, cutting inside before unleashing a beauty of a strike from outside the area.

The 57-year-old also hailed the result as Bayern's best performance since he replaced Pep Guardiola as head coach this season.

Wenger had opted to field David Ospina rather than Petr Cech in goal, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Alex Iwobi were tasked with dropping back into a four-man midfield when Arsenal were defending.

Wenger's future may be "not a subject for now" but he was adamant Arsenal can beat a powerful Bayern team who, for all their reported stumbles, have still won 10 of their past 11 games and sit seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga. If this does not prompt the Arsenal board or Arsene Wenger himself to effect a managerial change at the end of the season, then nothing will. "They were outclassed, outplayed". It's 20 years and, seriously, Wenger now must be considering his future because that was embarrassing.

"That is the first time where I've seen him where I've thought, "he thinks it's time".

Wenger is also likely to be asked about Ozil's performances and whether the German World Cup victor will feature at Sutton, but it will be the questions over his own long-term future that are expected to dominate his news conference. Not to mention the number of world class players he cultivated over the years.

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"I fear for him really in terms of should he nearly be protected from himself?"

That defeat came hot on the heels of a recent shock league loss to Watford and an ensuing, rather more predictable defeat by Chelsea that between them appeared to have scuppered he Gunners' hopes of a first Premier League title since 2004.

A defeat to Bayern Munich in this fashion looks like the final straw in the Chilean's patience with the forward all set to leave the Gunners after arriving two seasons ago from FC Barcelona.

Neither the Arsenal board nor Wenger have ever been swayed by such opinion, but for the first time in his tenure I think there will be serious doubt on both sides about whether he should continue.

It is up to us, that is what makes me so positive about the tie.

"Let's focus on what we want to do and not too much on what people say and think". Significantly, Cross also indicated Wenger will not influence the club's search for a replacement: "The board's high regard for Wenger means they will tap into his knowledge but he will not be asked to nominate his successor".