In Arsenal’s first two Champions League games against Zagreb and Olympiakos, Arsene Wenger played practically his full reserve team and still expected to win both of them. But, as we found out, we lost all six points and now have a mountain to climb to qualify out of the Group and into knockout stages.
Arsene Wenger does not set long term goals so early in the season, but he always says that you should look at the table after ten games to see which teams are in the title hunt. At this point we are joint top ahead of our crucial North London derby, having already played most of the top teams, and now he is looking towards the mid-season point.
AudioPost – The Gunners were soundly beaten by Bayern last night, and the ex-Arsenal striker Paul Merson was gobsmacked at how easily Arsene Wenger’s team fell apart, in fact he says that they “had no idea what they were doing” as the goals just kept coming at them.
Th Gunners are going off to Germany to get ready for the most important game so far this season, and although we are in confident mood, the Germans are also determined to beat Arsenal this time around.
I know every Arsenal player and fan would love to see the Gunners gain another emphatic win against Bayern Munich on Wednesday, but would you be happy if the team only got a draw in the Allianz Arena? Wenger suggests he would be happy with that when he told the Guardian: “I would sign today to take a point,”