It is a tough draw for Arsenal and they face the real possibility of being eliminated in the first knockout stage of the Champions League for the seventh season in a row.
"They may now realise that I was right all along".
"Against Bayern, he would have stood in the middle of the pitch and said: "Ox, get in here alongside me".
Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer dismissed the idea that meeting Arsenal again in the last 16 is a good omen for the 2017 title.
It was March 2001 when Bayern last kept a clean sheet at home against an Arsene Wenger side, with Giovane Elber's 10th minute strike giving them a 1-0 win.
Arsenal's squad is stronger now and there are lingering doubts about how this Bayern side matches the teams of recent seasons, but for all that they are seven points clear in the Bundesliga. They didn't have to be.
Bayern had a host of chances thereafter, first through Lewandowski, who struck the crossbar after rounding the 'keeper, then through Robben, who was blocked by Kieran Gibbs, illegally according to the Bayern players, who demanded a penalty.
"You see Coquelin when Robben gets the ball and you think, no danger", continued Keane. Given too much space, the Dutchman cut inside as he's done so often before and let fly with a shot that went in off the underside of the bar. That doesn't come from the manager.
"That's about a player doing a little but of homework and trying to keep a player on his weaker side". That's one thing we see, but it's something you can change immediately simply because you've noticed it.
Farah, whose journey from war-torn Somalia as a child took in Djibouti before arriving in England aged eight, labelled it a policy of "ignorance and prejudice that could keep him apart from his family (he and his family are based in OR where he trains)".
"We, as Chileans are exhausted to watch one of our biggest stars play on his own to make his team get through", a description of the event said on Facebook. "If he is your captain, your leader, the guy who is going to bring everyone together...you are in huge trouble".
Chilean Alexis Sanchez scored both goals against Hull but his own future is equally unclear and Wenger knows that a good result in Munich will go a long way in pushing these issues into the background. "I think the realization that that decision needs to be made is even more apparent after tonight's performance and you could see it nearly in his eyes that he knows now, probably reluctantly, that he's going to have to hand over the reins to somebody else".
Wenger was asked if this result was his lowest point as manager.