Shocking! Vidal’s message to Arsene Wenger revealed ahead of UCL clash

Arsenal will face a sterner test against Bayern Munich when the Champions League hostilities resumes for us this Wednesday. The Gunners know a good result away from home is important if they want to play in the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League.

Chilean international and Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal has urged Arsenal not to sit-back like Chelsea always does when they play in the Champions League. Vidal wants Arsenal to come out and play their normal free flowing football rather pack the bus like their West London rivals Chelsea are known for.

The Bundesliga giants have won ten of their last 11 matches in all competitions and will be confident of a result against the Gunners at the Allianz Arena. Arsenal on their own part has lost 4 of their last 10 games in all competition and as usual have couple of injury concerns to key players. Knowing Arsenal, it will not be a surprise of the boys turn up and cause an upset and I personally believe we have a good chance. I have a small bet on us winning narrowly over the two legs. Punters interested in making money from this match can check out this site on how to choose the best no deposit casino online

Defeats to Watford and Chelsea have threatened to derail Arsenal ahead of the all-important European clash but Vidal hopes Arsene Wenger’s will not go on the defensive.

‘Teams have to show what they are made of in Europe,’ the Chilean midfielder told TZ.

‘That is why Bayern will show its true face in the Champions League.

‘Here in Germany, teams are set to defend when they play Bayern. In the Champions League, teams try to play football.

‘I hope Arsenal will play like they have been playing all season in England and want to play football against us.’

Personally, as an Arsenal fan I really don’t care how we play against Bayern Munich, whatever formular that will get us the needed results over the two legs should be used. If packing the bus and going defensive will make us triumph over Bayern Munich over the two legs, so be it. There is after all no law in football that says packing the bus is not allowed.


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