Date: 20th October 2016 at 9:11am
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Arsenal’s Champions League season continued with a win against Ludogorets at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

The unbeaten run was extended to 11-matches by Arsenal with a six-nil win over Ludogorets making it seven wins in a row with the defeat on the opening day to Liverpool the only one suffered this season.

Sanchez gave Arsenal an early lead when he chipped in a fine goal with the Gunners maintaining the lead after Wanderson was denied an equaliser for Ludogorets by the post.

Ahead of half time Walcott doubled the lead when he curled in his latest goals of the season, that goal matched his tally in the last eight-matches or so from the previous 40-odd matches before that.

The second half started with Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is said to be considering his Arsenal future due to a lack of starting time, adding a third a minute into the second half with Ozil soon adding the fourth to make absolutely certain of the win.

Ozil completed his hat-trick, the first of his career, with two-goals in four-minutes in the final 10-minutes to round off a six-nil win to put Arsenal ahead of Paris Saint Germain at the top of the Group A table on goal-difference.

Here’s a round up of the Champions League action from the other matches played.


Tue 18 Oct 2016 – Champions League
Bayer Levkn 0-0 Tottenham 19:45
CSKA 1-1 Monaco 19:45
Real Madrid 5-1 Legia War 19:45
Sporting 1-2 Bor Dortmd 19:45
Club Brugge 1-2 FC Porto 19:45
Leicester 1-0 FC Copenhagen 19:45
Dinamo Zagreb 0-1 Sevilla 19:45
Lyon 0-1 Juventus 19:45

Wed 19 Oct 2016 – Champions League
Arsenal 6-0 Ludo Razgd 19:45
Paris St G 3-0 Basel 19:45
Dynamo Kiev 0-2 Benfica 19:45
Napoli 2-3 Besiktas 19:45
Barcelona 4-0 Man City 19:45
Celtic 0-2 B M’gladbach 19:45
Bayern Mun 4-1 PSV Eindhoven 19:45
FC Rostov 0-1 Atl Madrid 19:45

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