Bukayo Saka and Arsenal are incensed they did not get a penalty at the end of their 2-2 draw with Bayern Munich, after Manuel Neuer looked to have brought down the Gunners striker

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  • Bukayo Saka was incensed that Arsenal did not a stoppage time penalty
  • Bayern Munich’s goalkeeper Manuel Neuer looked to have brought Saka down 
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Bukayo Saka and his Arsenal teammates were fuming after being denied a penalty at the end of their Champions League draw with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Substitute Leandro Trossard came on to score the equalising goal for the Gunners 15 minutes from time, but there were calls for them to have a shot at taking a lead into next week’s reverse leg.

Saka burst into the Germans’ penalty area, and looked to have taken it around the goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, only for the shot-stopper to bring him down – and the referee quickly waved it away. 

TNT Sports Rio Ferdinand and Martin Keown were left in disbelief at the referees decision to not award Arsenal a penalty.  

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Bukayo Saka was incensed that Arsenal did not get a penalty in stoppage time against Bayern

Bukayo Saka was incensed that Arsenal did not get a penalty in stoppage time against Bayern

Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer looked to have brought Saka down, but the referee waved it away

Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer looked to have brought Saka down, but the referee waved it away



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