Bayern Munich piled more misery on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal as they assumed control of their Champions League last-16 tie with a 3-1 win at the Emirates Wednesday morning.
Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller handed the runaway Bundesliga leaders a two-goal advantage inside the opening 21 minutes as last season's runners-up capitalised on some diabolical defending from the hosts.
The lack of marking proved infectious for Bayern as former player Lukas Podolski was gifted a free header into an empty net from a corner in the 55th minute. And as the match opened up still further, Mario Mandzukic added another to his side's tally with a rather fortuitous close-range finish to give the Bavarian giants control of the tie.
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