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7th Mar, 2017 | 10:07pm

Hazard revels in Arsenal humiliation against Bayern Munich, Tottenham fans will love it

By Amir Mir

Former Tottenham player Micky Hazard has sarcastically told Bayern Munich on Twiter to “have a heart” after they thrashed Arsenal once again in the Champions League.

Arsene Wenger’s side lost their second leg fixture at the Emirates 5-1, having lost by the same scoreline at the Allianz Arena a fortnight ago.

As a result, the Frenchman, who has come under huge criticism recently, has suffered yet another demoralising loss and Champions League exit at the last 16 stage.

There is no doubt that Spurs fans will love their rivals capitulation once again with their former player Hazard clearly enjoying their demise.

Here are the series of Tweets from Hazard as they were going in:

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“Oh come on it’s not fair. Have a heart guys,” Hazard wrote on his personal Twitter account.

The Gunners had taken the lead in the fixture when Theo Walcott had scored after 20 minutes but the game turned on its head when Laurent Koscielny was sent off just after the break.

Koscielny was originally shown a yellow by the referee, who upgraded it to a red for a foul in the penalty area with Robert Lewandowski converting from the spot.

Just after the hour mark, Arjen Robben put his side into the lead on the night, after that three goals were scored in the space of seven minutes to further humiliate the home team.

Wenger is in his final year at the club and he has yet to commit his future to the club with many fans wanting him to leave.

Prior to the game, there was a protest against Wenger with many fans angry at where the club is at this moment in time.

In other Tottenham news, this chairman has responded to speculation that Spurs have tied up a deal for this £30million-rated attacker.

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