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7am Arsenal news LIVE: Gunners OUT of Europa League, Ozil ‘wants Fenerbahce transfer’, Lacazette exit clause

  • James Orr 's avatarJames Orr7 hours ago27th February 2020

    Aubameyang missed a sitter to win the game at the death

  • Joshua Graham 's avatarJoshua Graham8 hours ago27th February 2020

    CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang really should have won it with seconds left for the Gunners.

    But that's it. They are out!

    Olympiacos celebrate wildly in North London – what a result for those travelling Greek fans.

    The Europa League dream is over for Arsenal and the pressure will continue to mount on Mikel Arteta.

  • Joshua Graham 's avatarJoshua Graham8 hours ago27th February 2020

    GOAL!!! NOT FOR ARSENAL…

    Oh no…

    Arsenal 1-2 Olympiacos (2-2).

    Olympiacos are going through on away goals as it stands after an incredible late goal from El-Arabi.

    A stunned Emirates watches on.

    Is there any way back?!

  • Joshua Graham 's avatarJoshua Graham9 hours ago27th February 2020

    GOALLLLLLL!!!!!

    Arsenal 1-1 Olympiacos (2-1)

    It's the skipper. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

    It looks like he's avoided penalties for the Gunners and broken Greek hearts with a stunning bicycle kick.

    What a goal!

  • Richard Forrester 's avatarRichard Forrester43 minutes ago28th February 2020

    GOOD MORNING, ARSENAL FANS

    Well, it was heartbreak at the Emirates.

    Arsenal went into the second-leg against Olympiacos with a one goal advantage from Greece.

    But the Gunners blew it away.

    After Pape Abou Cisse put Olympiacos 1-0 up in the game and level in the tie, it went to extra-time.

    Skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang thought he had netted a dramatic equaliser 113th minute with bicycle kick that spectacularly hit the net.

    But Olympiacos shattered hearts with just a minute to go after Youssef El-Arabi latched onto a cross and put the away side 2-1 up and on route to a shock win.

    There was room for late drama, though.

    As a ball was lumped into the Olympiacos box it fell to Aubameyang who somehow from just yards out put his effort wide – and that was all she wrote.

    The Gunners skipper was left in tears as Arsenal lost for the first time in 2020 and were knocked out of the Europa League.