The Arsene Wenger is not happy with the last match's referring against Bayern Munich in the Champions league but thinks that his boys did a good job in the Champions league’s both leg against Bayern Munich.


Last night at the Emirates Stadium the Gunners were hammered  by the German Champions Bayern Munich by 5-1, and it is the seventh successive time the Gunners were knocked out from the last 16 of Champions league.

In that match the English winger Theo Walcott scored the first goal for the Gunners and after that he was tackled in the Bayern’s penalty box by the Spaniard Xavi Alonso but the Referee did not take any step for that challenge,

Later on the Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny got straight red card by the Match officials for tackling Robert Lewandowski in that match the visitors Bayern Munich scored five goals in the last 35 minutes.

The Arsenal manager said after that match: "We put Bayern under pressure and were unlucky because it was a 100 per cent penalty at 1-0 in the first half against Walcott,"

"In the second half, the referee killed the game. After that, it was very different, but the referee I think was very powerful for Bayern tonight.

"Lewandowski, it was not only not a penalty, he was offside and on top of that he gives us a red card. That killed us completely.

"Overall, I must say that Bayern are a good side but today they must also say thank you to the decisions of the referee in the second half.

"I am angry and frustrated and at the moment, because we are in a difficult period, even more so.

"It's absolutely unexplainable and scandalous what happened really – that the guy behind the line gives the penalty and on top of that the red card after he had given the yellow.