Can you remember how disappointing it was to see Arsenal well beaten in our Premier League away clash with Chelsea recently? I bet you never thought you would prefer to feel that way, but somehow the Gunners managed to show us tonight.
I have found one positive though. Never have I seen the Arsenal fans so united in the debate about Arsene Wenger and whether he should remain as our manager. This was a watershed game and I think we all realise that, however much we respect the Prof and what he has done for the club, it is time for a change.
We have seen it before with Arsenal, such as the infamous 8-2 against Man United and that season we were battered away to Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea, conceding at least five goals in each game, but I have to admit that the game against Bayern Munich tonight was the worst I can remember.
Perhaps it was the fact that we got some amazing luck to go in level at halftime and completely blew that opportunity. It did not help and neither did our failure to any of the things that were needed to compete, but it was more a general impression that this was the culmination of so many issues that have been infecting the team for years.