Twitter reacts as Arsenal draw Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the Champions League
After the conclusion of the Champions League group stages, the draw for the last 16 was made today by UEFA.
Arsenal, who have been playing well in both the Champions League and Premier League this season, had a few possible opponents for the draw.
However, they probably drew the hardest of the lot as they picked out Bayern Munich for the next round of the competition.
As expected, this sent Twitter into meltdown as many football fans reacted to the news and made fun of the North-London club.
It was the first time Arsenal had topped their Champions League group in a number of years this season and they still managed to pull out Bayern Munich for the next stage of the competition – typical, eh?
See all of the reaction the Champions League draw below:
Arsenal meet Bayern for the 3rd time in 5 years...https://t.co/pZKmYJm3Ks— Paddy Power (@paddypower) December 12, 2016
Leicester won the league— Danny Welbeck (@WelBeast) December 12, 2016
Donald Trump was elected US President
Time for Arsenal to knock out Bayern Munich. #Believe.
Arsenal fans right now pic.twitter.com/Dk3t8nWHlH— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) December 12, 2016
UEFA: Arsenal have topped their group and could progress to the last 8.— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) December 12, 2016
Inner UEFA: Let's give them Bayern. pic.twitter.com/8MJF4u2yol
Arsenal fans be like pic.twitter.com/7ygJKhTBsP— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) December 12, 2016
Arsenal's trip to Bayern Munich will be 4th time in 4 years. Wenger might as well get a place out there. More cost effective.— Spencer FC (@SpencerOwen) December 12, 2016
2013/14 - Bayern vs Arsenal— Wilshoholic (@Wilshoholic) December 12, 2016
2014/15 - Bayern vs Arsenal
2015/16 - Drawn in same group
2016/17 - Bayern vs Arsenal
Seriously piss off.
Four things certain in life:— Northern Monkey (@Mufc_Monkey) December 12, 2016
3) Bayern v Arsenal
4) Arsenal #UCLdraw
Arsenal finally came top of their group and they've drawn Bayern anyway... ? https://t.co/qae4V34and— Premier League (@EPLBible) December 12, 2016