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Tottenham Fans Had A Field Day On Twitter Reacting To Arsenal’s Humiliation In The Champions League

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Arsenal were thrashed 5-1 against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League at the Emirates Stadium, on Tuesday night – and Tottenham Hotspur fans had a field day on Twitter.

The Gunners had lost the first leg at the Allianz Arena by the same scoreline two weeks back and were subjected to a similar humiliation at home by the German champions.

Arsene Wenger’s men took the lead through Theo Walcott, but captain Laurent Koscielny’s sending off in the second period opened the floodgates.

Bayern scored five goals from then on, with Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben and Douglas Costa getting on the scoresheet along with a late double from midfielder Arturo Vidal.

And there is no surprise that the Gunners’ North London rivals enjoyed the neighbours getting thumped and as a result getting dumped out of the European competition.

Wenger’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of the season and the Frenchman is yet to reveal if he is going to stay at the helm at the Emirates for the upcoming season. But the Tottenham fans egged the longest serving manager in the league currently to stay for another year.

Some Spurs’ faithful suggested that they could not wait to watch the extremely popular YouTube channel ArsenalFanTV, where the Gunners’ fans express their feelings and opinions after a game.

Having now exited the competition, Arsenal also find themselves three rungs below the second-placed Tottenham in the league standings and will find it hard to break into the top-four given their recent displays.

All in all, the Tottenham fans rejoiced and reveled on Tuesday night at the plight of the Gunners.

Here we pick out some of the priceless reactions from the Lilywhites’ supporters from Twitter:

No Doubts As To Who Had The Last Laugh

Can’t Wait For It To Start!


‘Tis The Season For Gifts

Shift In Power In North London? Why Not?

Wenger To Stay!


Watch the highlights below:


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