Both Arsenal and Bayern Munich will faces charges following last night’s 5-1 win for the Bundesliga side.
The Gunners will face disciplinary action from UEFA for a ‘field invasion by supporters’, after some lad ran onto the pitch at the end of the game before he was accosted and taken away by stewards.
Bayern, meanwhile, will face action for ‘scoring with impunity’, not ‘backing the **** off when the game was won’ and ‘causing grievous mental harm to David Ospina’.
We kid. Their fans staged a ticket price protest just minutes into the game by throwing dozens of toilet rolls on the pitch causing the game to be stopped as staff cleared the three-ply super-soft Andrex away.
It’s not expected that Arsene Wenger will be charged for the comments regarding referee Anastasios Sidiropoulos after the game.
He strongly criticised the decisions of the Greek official, saying, “I think the second part of the game has been spoiled by the referee.
“I think what is terrible is that he’s offside Lewandowski and there’s no penalty, on top of that he gives a yellow card, on top of that he gives a red card. It’s just not serious.
“When you see the importance of the games and you see an attitude like that I’m absolutely revolted and sorry for the people who pay a lot of money to watch these kind of games.”