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Arsenal fans rubbish Emirates myth with incredible limbs after goal vs Bayern Munich

Arsenal fans rubbish Emirates myth with incredible limbs after goal vs Bayern Munich

The limbs at Arsenal were incredible.

Arsenal fans proved their critics wrong with their incredible reaction to their equaliser in their 2-2 draw with Bayern Munich.

On Tuesday night Arsenal appeared in the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2010, with Bayern Munich their opponents.

Bukayo Saka gave the hosts the dream start with an early goal, but Bayern turned the game on its head with a well taken strike from Serge Gnabry and a composed penalty from Harry Kane to go 2-1 in front.

Kane's penalty saw the England skipper set a new record by becoming the top scoring away player at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal huffed and puffed as they looked for an equaliser in the second half, and 14 minutes from time they finally found it through Leandro Trossard.

The Belgian winger swept a cutback past Manuel Neuer, drawing his team level and proving a point in the process.

Arsenal used to be mocked for the subdued atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium, but things improved markedly last season.

Trossard's goal on Tuesday was met by incredible scenes of celebration in the stands, with Arsenal fans sent into a frenzy.

Bayern went close to snatching the win in the 90th minute, but the post stopped Kingsley Coman's flicked effort from nestling in the back of the net.

There was still time for further drama in the 93rd minute when Bayern goalkeeper Neuer appeared to trip Bukayo Saka as the Arsenal star raced into the box.

Referee Glenn Nyberg waved play on, and after the video assistant referee upheld the on-field decision he blew the full-time whistle.

Replays showed that Saka actually initiated contact with the goalkeeper, but at full-time the Arsenal youngster protested furiously to the referee.

Arsenal will travel to Germany for the second leg of the tie at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, April 17.

Featured Image Credit: TNT Sports

Topics: Arsenal, Champions League, Bukayo Saka, Serge Gnabry, Harry Kane