Cape Town - Former
Arsenal striker Ian Wright described manager Arsene Wenger as a lost
man after his side were bundled out of the Champions League by Bayern
Munich on Tuesday.
The Gunners came into the second leg of their last-16 tie already
trailing 5-1, and went on to concede another five at the Emirates
Stadium to lose 10-2 on aggregate.
Wenger's men took the lead in the second leg via Theo Walcott, but
Laurent Koscielny was sent off shortly after the break, which resulted
in an equaliser in the form of a penalty conversion from Robert
The hosts then fell apart, conceding a further four goals to slump to a humiliating defeat at home.
Wright expressed his thoughts on the embattled Wenger after the game, speculating that his time may be coming to an end.
"He looks like a lost man... It just seems to be mounting up. You've
got the fans, the protests. It's imploding," Wright said on BT Sport.
He added: "You can't go down to 10 men and not shore it up against a team like Bayern Munich.
"We've lost the tie down to 10 men, we maybe should have brought on a
couple of defenders and kept it a little bit more respectable.
"It's a sad day because we've gone out again at this stage and we're
going through a period in our history which is the worst that I can ever
"It seems like something is coming to an end."