Bayern Munich Troll Arsenal Yet Again On Twitter

Bayern Munich Troll Arsenal Yet Again On Twitter

Thomas Mueller, Corentin Tolisso and James Rodriguez are all competing to play in behind striker Robert Lewandowski, while Coman, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery are vying for berths on the wings.

Besiktas' Champions League run is effectively over before the second leg even begins, and it was a frustrating night for a player who may have hoped to catch the eye of scouts in the crowd.

The five-time European champions were made to dig deep prior to their breakthrough goal shortly before half time, though they went on to add four more goals to their tally ahead of next month's needless second leg.

Heynckes' side were unbeaten in the previous 61 competitive matches in which the 28-year-old Germany global has scored.

He may have been optimistic in the first half, but Gunes seemed to opt for damage limitation just before the hour mark when he replaced striker Love with defender Dusko Tosic.

Two minutes before the interval, the hosts struck through Muller.

Only Cristiano Ronaldo (56) and Lionel Messi (38) have scored more goals in the Champions League knockout phase than Muller (21).

In the other match of the evening, Chelsea and Barcelona drew 1-1 at Stamford Bridge in London.

When a fan made a decision to tell them the Europa League theme song is better, they saw a ideal opportunity to have a dig at Arsenal, who are of course in European football's secondary competition this season.

Lewandowski then scored two late goals to leave him with 29 goals in all competitions this season, as Bayern - 19 points clear in the league and through to the German Cup semi-finals - claimed their 14th straight victory.

But that did not appear to have any great impact on Bayern's performance, as it started the second half looking just as imperious as before, with Lewandowski striking the top of the right-hand post with a free-kick.

Muller sent his next shot over the crossbar when seeking a hat-trick, and Coman could only pick out Fabricio as the Bayern onslaught continued.

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