Arjen Robben was on the scoresheet as Bayern Munich reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League after a 5-1 win at Arsenal.

Leading 5-1 from the first leg in Munich, Bayern already had one foot in the last eight of the Champions League, but they completed the job with a rout in London.

Arsenal actually led 1-0 at half-time but after Laurent Koscielny conceded a penalty early in the second half and was sent off, Bayern run riot. Robert Lewandowski drew the Germans level before Arjen Robben put them ahead with a finish inside the box after robbing the Arsenal defence. It was Robben’s 29th Champions League goal, putting him level with Patrick Kluivert and Roy Makaay as the 2nd most prolific Dutchman in the competition.

Bayern went on to add further goals through Arturo Vidal and Douglas Costa as the game finished 5-1 on the night and 10-2 on aggregate.

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