Arsenal scored late in normal time and beat Bayern Munich on penalties. Here’s how Twitter reacted throughout the match.

Fans were excited at the announcement of the line-ups to see Özil and Lacazette get their first minutes together in the team.

But there was an early change, with Mertesacker ruled out with illness and Elneny thrown into the starting XI at centre-back. Fan response was mixed:

The game didn’t get off to a good start, with Maitland-Niles being adjudged to have fouled Bernat for a penalty, converted by Robert Lewandowski. The Arsenal fans weren’t happy about the decision, or the start to the game:

There was one player earning some good reviews though, Arsenal new-boy Sead Kolašinac, who was showing good fight against the German side.

The earlier penalty decision was then negated by an onside goal that was incorrectly ruled out.

Čech made a couple of good saves from deflected efforts over the next 10 minutes as Bayern put the pressure on:

But the incorrect decisions, especially from the assistants, didn’t stop coming all the way up to half-time.

Half time brought a number of changes, with only Welbeck, Maitland-Niles, Elneny, Monreal and Xhaka remaining from the starting XI.

But the second half started roughly how the first half ended, with Petr Čech making more important saves.

The refereeing standard continued to be awful, with Elneny booked for a tackle where he cleanly won the ball:

Iwobi looked Arsenal’s best performer in the opening 20 minutes of the second half, with a couple of nice touches and winning a free-kick well:

The fans started to get pretty worked up about the lack of incisiveness in the game, so one fan thought it was worth reminding everyone this is mostly just for fitness:

But there ended up being something to cheer after all, as a good counter attack ended with Ramsey clipping a ball in for Iwobi to head home in the last action of the 90 minutes, sending the match to penalties.

Emi Martinez saved Bayern’s first penalty, giving Arsenal the advantage:

Unfortunately Elneny missed Arsenal’s second penalty, putting the teams back on terms:

Monreal couldn’t have taken his better:

Whilst Renato Sanches became the first to miss the target:

Finally, Emi Martinez saved another to win the game for Arsenal, beating the Germans on penalties: