Champions League: Can Arsenal beat Bayern Munich?
Arsenal have received a massive boost ahead of their Champions League encounter with the Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich after Arjen Robben is ruled out with a groin injury, according to the Express.
Robben, 31, has been ruled out of action with a groin injury, as confirmed by the bavarians that the Dutch international will not be available in the Champions League group match against Arsenal on Tuesday evening.
However, the Gunners have been struggling badly in Europe, losing their first two matches against Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos, meaning that the north Londoners are find themselves last in their group and are in need of a win against the German champions in order to keep their qualification chances alive for knockout stages.
No Arjen Robben, but Kingsley Coman is in the #FCBayern squad travelling to London: http://t.co/OX4U5b01Ur #ARSFCB pic.twitter.com/bmqABU1qIr
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) October 18, 2015
“We are now in a position where we can really focus and give it everything on Tuesday night. I will have to see how we prepare for this game now and how we want to approach it,” Wenger said.
“The confidence is there, the required result is there and we know exactly what is needed. Even a 0-0 draw is not good enough, so to score goals we will have to attack.
Despite loosing a star player, Bayern boss Pep Guardiola has confident of his trip to the Emirates this Tuesday as on-form striker Robert Lewandowski has been all set to feature against the Arsenal.