TOPSHOT - Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger reacts during the UEFA Champions League last 16 second leg football match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich at The Emirates Stadium in London on March 7, 2017. / AFP / IKIMAGES / Ian KINGTON
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Just when Arsene Wenger thought life couldn't get any more stressful, the Arsenal manager finds himself on a hiding to nothing as minnows Lincoln eye more FA Cup history in Saturday's quarter-finals.There was worse to come Tuesday when Arsenal were eliminated from the Champions League in humiliating fashion as Bayern Munich's 5-1 victory condemned Wenger to his heaviest home defeat since 1998 .The contrasts between Arsenal's global reach and tiny Lincoln's far more humble ambitions make this the ultimate banana skin for Wenger, who has won the FA Cup six times in his 21-year reign.Chelsea, 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League, are closing in on the title and adding the FA Cup would cap an incredible first season for manager Antonio Conte.Guardiola must decide whether to rest City's stars because they have a 5-3 lead to defend in a Champions League last 16 second leg clash at Monaco next week.
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