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Arsenal's Champions League loss more of the same failures for Arsene Wenger

Arsenal's horrible defending sees them concede three goals at home to Monaco, putting them in a difficult situation heading into the second leg.
Arsenal's horrible defending sees them concede three goals at home to put them in a difficult situation heading into the second leg.
Arsenal are on the verge of being eliminated in the Round of 16 in the Champions League following their 3-1 home defeat to Monaco.

If history repeating itself twice is farce, how do you describe this latest shambles from Arsenal?

This was not just a night that likely sets up a fifth successive elimination from the Champions League last-16 stage. It was the umpteenth time in which the team succumbed to the same old flaws, the same old stubbornness.

This is why Arsene Wenger has never won a continental trophy, let alone the Champions League. This is why it's hard to have any faith in his side ever becoming anything more than...

Arsenal woeful all around in Champions League loss to Monaco

The ESPN FC crew analyse Arsenal's player ratings from FC blogger Andrew Mangan.

What was supposed to be a game which provided relatively safe passage into the quarterfinals of the Champions League became Arsenal's Titanic as they went down 3-1 to Monaco at the Emirates this evening.

The Gunners were poor individually and collectively, spurning good chances to score and conceding one unlucky, and two rather silly goals. From an attacking point of view they just didn't click against a Monaco side that don't concede many goals as evidenced by only allowing one goal in the Champions...

 By John Cross

Arsenal players must be picked off the floor by Arsene Wenger

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Arsenal's "embarrassing" 3-1 loss at home to Monaco.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley goes position by position to critique Arsenal's 'shambolic' performance against Monaco.
Arsene Wenger laid into Arsenal's performance after his team were beaten 3-1 at home by Monaco in the UEFA Champions League last-16.
AS Monaco forward Dimitar Berbatov warns that Arsenal are not out of the tie despite Monaco's 3-1 first leg lead.
Arsene Wenger and his players reflect on their stunning 3-1 loss against AS Monaco.
Relive the most memorable moments from Wednesday's Champions League Round of 16 action, highlighted by Monaco's 3-1 win over Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger looked more devastated than angry, and no wonder. Defeats don't come much more painful than Arsenal's humiliating loss to Monaco at the Emirates.

It was supposed to be the Gunners' best chance of reaching the quarterfinals of the Champions League in five years.

Instead, it was one of Wenger's worst nights in Europe. Arsenal were taught a painful, cruel and hard lesson as Monaco gave them a European masterclass.

And it's hardly as if the French club are European superpowers in this competition....

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Monaco humiliate Arsenal at the Emirates in the Champions League

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down how Dimitar Berbatov was able to exploit Arsenal's defence for Monaco's second goal.

LONDON -- Three quick points from Arsenal's stunning 3-1 defeat to Monaco in their Champions League round of 16 first-leg clash at the Emirates.

1. Monaco humiliate Arsenal

A club that holds great memories for Arsene Wenger dealt him what looks like a fatal blow. Monaco made themselves completely comfortable in the Emirates with a composed, professional display beyond that of harried and misfiring Arsenal. It was a familiar North London foe in Dimitar Berbatov who scored what looks a crucial...

 By Kevin Palmer

Ambitous Man City and Juventus must deliver in this week's UCL matches

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his side can beat Barcelona in their UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg, even without the suspended Yaya Toure.
Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini, left, Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri, middle, and Arsenal's Arsene Wenger, right, all face pressure to push their clubs forward in Champions League after disappointments in last year's tournament.

Here are four storylines to watch for ahead of this week's Champions League matchups. 

1. Manchester City's reasons to be cheerful

Manchester City's cast list has barely changed, so logic would suggest the final outcome is unlikely to alter when the club faces Barcelona for a second successive season in the last-16 of the Champions League. Yet, City manager Manuel Pellegrini has genuine reason to hope the result can be different this time.

A year ago, it was Lionel Messi and his Barca pass...

Arsene Wenger's reunion with Monaco dredges up unpleasant memories

Prepare for historic matches in the Champions League round of 16, as Arsene Wenger revisits his old club, Basel aim for their first knockout-stage win and Dortmund search for Champions League glory.

The problem, sometimes, when you revisit the past is that you can sometimes uncover moments you'd rather forget.

Arsene Wenger spent seven years at Monaco between 1987 and 1994. He was just 37 years old when he joined the Principality. He was young and cool, and with his blond hair and glasses, quite handsome too. He was avant-garde, smoking on the bench to ease the tension during games. As soon as the draw was made and Wenger was to return to the Stade Louis II, footage of him with his cigarette...