Bayern Munich are through to the last eight of the Champions League after a 1-1 draw with Arsenal at the Allianz Arena gave a 3-1 aggregate score.
In the build-up to the game, Gunners manager Arsene Wenger had been on the warpath against referees, pleading for a "fair chance" after Wojciech Szczesny's controversial dismissal in the first leg.
The Frenchman also felt aggrieved with Arjen Robben's simulation, going as far as accusing him of diving right to his face.
The Dutchman's diving tendencies were on Wenger's mind once again after the second leg tie, as Robben appeared to go down very easily a few times in the game.
The most blatant attempt at conning the referee came in the 50th minute, when Santi Cazorla's mere presence was enough to bring the tricky winger crashing to the ground:
Robben somehow escaped a booking as the referee waved play on, but later coaxed a penalty out of a Laurent Koscielny challenge, which further irked Wenger.
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