Thursday, February 2, 2017

Munititions stockpile's reward for winning their Champions League gathering is a last-16 tie with their European adversary Bayern Munich. The Gunners have confronted Bayern four circumstances in the last five seasons and completed behind them in last season's Group Stage. What's more, they will bolt horns with the German mammoths, oversaw via Carlo Ancelotti, in the primary knockout round in the new year. 

What do we have to think about Bayern Munich? 

All things considered, they're great - really,very great. The Bundesliga champions are top of their local alliance again this season. On Saturday they pounded Wolfsburg 5-0, and they have lost only once in the class this season, 1-0 to Borussia Dortmund in November. Ancelotti's group is stuffed with world-class quality, from Manuel Neuer in objective to David Alaba in protection and Franck in midfield. Toss in a front three of Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben - also Douglas Costa - and Bayern are a fearsome rival. 

Player to keep an eye out for? 

Take your pick. Any of Bayern's assailants has the quality to end Arsenal's European dream this season, yet right now the enormous dread is Lewandowski. The 28-year-old Poland worldwide is at the pinnacle of his forces and at the season of composing has scored 26 objectives in 26 appearances this season for club and nation. 

How did Bayern Munich qualify? 

Ancelotti's side completed second in Group D behind Atletico Madrid, and were maybe less persuading than anticipated. They lost 1-0 away to Atletico and 3-2 away to Rostov. Nontheless, they easily made the last-16. 

How did Arsenal qualify? 

Serenely - and stunningly. Armory traveled through Group A, triumphant four and drawing two, and scoring 18 objectives all the while. 

At the point when will it be? 

To start with legs: 14-15 and 21-22 February 

Second legs: 07-08 and 14-15 March 

Past gatherings 

This is a contention that backpedals to the turn of the Millenium when Bayern secured a 2-2 draw at Highbury and beat the Gunners at home. They met again in the 2004-05 season when Bayern won 3-1 in Germany and Arsenal's 1-0 win in the arrival leg at Highbury couldn't avert them smashing out. The contention truly commenced in March 2013, be that as it may, when Bayern triumphed on away objectives in the last-16, preceding the following season they beat the Gunners again in the last-16 - this time 3-1 on total. They met again in the Group Stage last season, where Arsenal won 2-0 at the Emirates before getting a 5-1 pounding at the Allianz Arena.