Arsenal Knocked Out by Bayern after Kimmich Header Secures last-four spot

A bullet header from Joshua Kimmich saw Bayern Munich win 1-0 in their Champions League quarter-final second leg, claiming a 3-2 aggregate victory and knocking Arsenal out of the competition.

The return leg did not quite have the drama of the first at the Emirates, where the game ended in a 2-2 draw, but the Germans took advantage of a moment of lax Arsenal defending.

Kimmich powered home his effort just after the hour to see the Gunners beaten, suffering another blow to their hopes of silverware this season after a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Super Sunday.

"At the moment it is a really gutted dressing room. Very disappointed," Mikel Arteta told TNT Sportsafter the game.

"I cannot find the right words to lift them. I wish I had. We have to go through it."The club has been without Champions League football for seven years and you want to play in the first year and be in the semi-finals or the final.

"We all wanted that so badly but you can see in many other clubs it takes them sometimes six or seven years to get to that stage. We were very close, that's the reality.

"We have to go through the pain tonight and tomorrow, get up and come with the same attitude we had here, and hopefully beat Wolves."