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Wenger: Arsenal can beat Bayern Munich if we do this on Wednesday

Ox not looking to history ahead of Bayern tie

"It seems odd that Arsenal are not playing Petr Cech - their goalkeeper who starts week in, week out in the Premier League - in such a pivotal match". Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.

At times Bayern were mesmerising but the manner of Arsenal's capitulation in their manager's 100th away match in Europe will have many suggesting Wenger's time is up. Find out by following our live matchcast.

But I didn't see 5-1, ' former Manchester United defender Ferdinand said.

Robert Lewandowski and Bayern weren't flawless vs. Arsenal but barely needed to break a sweat.

The only current Arsenal player to feature that day was substitute Theo Walcott, with the England worldwide coming off the bench to replace Arshavin in the 77th minute.

Of course, people will be watching Arsenal and Bayern's official Twitter accounts, as the two teams have been giving out comedy cold, perESPN FC.

Philipp Lahm floated a flawless cross into the box and Lewandowski rose high above defender Shkodran Mustafi to drill in a header in the 53rd minute. "Now we're focused on the Champions League". The 67-year-old Wenger has won six FA Cups with Arsenal to go with the three EPL titles, but a European title has eluded him.

Lahm, a seven-time Bundesliga champion and 2012-13 Champions League victor, is only 33, but Tarnat - the sporting director of Bayern's junior team, having played for the club for six years - is confident the versatile defender knows what is best for him.

Perhaps Arsenal's greatest ever UEFA Champions League run came was put to the test when they travelled to the Santiago Bernabeu to take on an in-form Real Madrid side full of "galacticos", confidence and the mentality. Add to that, Ozil's loss of form, and it's easy to say we have a midfield crisis. We have to make sure we play well on the day because we are going to have to if we are going to beat Bayern Munich. When the Round of 16 draw was announced, Arsenal tweeted, "We'll play @FCBayern (AGAIN!) in the last of 16".

Being a keen follower of the Premier League he probably watched them lose to Chelsea and thought that they were simply outplayed by the champions-elect.

Arsenal looked on course for a good result, as they cancelled out Arjen Robben's brilliant opener with a rather fortuitous equaliser through Alexis Sanchez.