Arsenal fell to a heavy defeat against the German Champions last night. Lewandowski opened the scoring in the 10th minute and managed to score four past Arsenal before the Gunners could reply with a Giroud goal in the 69th minute.
Arsenal fell to second bottom of their Championsâ€™ League group with only three points, however both Bayern Munich and Olympiacos have nine points meaning that Arsenal must now win their final fixtures at home to Dinamo Zagreb and away against Olympiakos and hope that the Germans side beat Olympiacos at home.
This is what Wenger had to say about the defeat and their chances of qualifying for the knock out stages:
on the defeatâ€¦
You have to give credit to Bayern first for their quality and on top of that we made things quite easy for them. It was a bad defensive performance and we were extremely poor defensively. We were not at the races. The funny thing is that when we went forward we created good chances. We had a chance to score early but with a defensive performance like that, you go nowhere.
on whether itâ€™s Arsenalâ€™s worst defensive performanceâ€¦
My memory of 19 years is not too accurate if Iâ€™m supposed to tell you our worst defensive performance. Itâ€™s certainly not going to remain in my memory for anything positive. There is still a chance to qualify. Olympiacos have to lose here, we have to beat Zagreb and then we will see when we play Olympiacos away. Itâ€™s a small chance but it is a real one. We have to realise with that kind of performance that we had today that our chances are minimal.
on Arsenalâ€™s chances of qualifyingâ€¦
No matter what percentage we have, we have to dig in for the chance to qualify. We now have to focus on the Premier League on Sunday and bounce back with a different performance because we are in a good position in the league. Itâ€™s important that we realise what we did today and we know that.
on whether he expects Bayern Munich to beat Olympiacosâ€¦
If they play like they did tonight, then yes.