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Wenger blames the referee after Arsenal crash out of Champions League

By Reuters
08 March 2017   |   4:33 am
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger blames the referee for, he felt, unjustly giving Bayern Munich a penalty and sending off defender Laurent Koscielny which eventually led to a 10-2 aggregate loss in their Champions League round of 16 ties.

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