Whatever UEFA do to Arsenal, they can’t possibly make last night’s humiliation any worse.
The Gunners were thumped 5-1 yet again by Bayern Munich and exited the Champions League at the last-16 stage for the seventh season in a row.
Frustratingly for Arsene Wenger’s men, they actually gave a good account of themselves in the first half before capitulating once when Laurent Koscielny had been sent off.
To make matters worse, the Daily Mail report that UEFA are now going to sanction the club for failing to control their supporters for a mini pitch invasion.
If it’s any consolation, the Bavarians are also in trouble after their fans threw toilet paper onto the pitch in protest at the Emirates’ ticket prices.
Even before the game, Arsenal fans were demonstrating with ‘Wenger Out’ banners as they continue to fume over his prolonged reign.
The actions of the Bayern fans were more universal, but the Bundesliga giants won’t be too worried having marched into the last eight in emphatic fashion.
As for Arsenal, this just tops off what was a diabolic evening for them at the Emirates stadium.