Tuesday, March 11, 2014
There were no battling comebacks in the Champions League last 16 second legs as Arsenal and AC Milan failed to overturn first-leg deficits and crashed out of the competition.
The Frenchman was unhappy with the winger's conduct as his side bowed out of the Champions League.
The Spanish coach said his side was better over the two legs despite not playing with his strongest XI for the return at the Allianz Arena.
The former midfielder spoke of a psychological weakness in his side after its defeat to Diego Simeone's men and insists he doesn't regret taking over the Italian club.
The Gunners beat the Bavarians at the Allianz Arena in 2012-13 and briefly threatened a comeback on Tuesday night.
Goal took in the action at the Allianz Arena, where the home side professionally closed out the job, advancing to the last eight at the expense of the Gunners once again.
Goal rates the players on show as Diego Simeone's men cruise through to the quarter-finals with an emphatic win over the seven-time winners...
Diego Simeone's side made light work of the Rossoneri at the Vicente Calderon to book its place in the last eight.
The German striker equalized shortly after Bastian Schweinsteiger's second-half goal, but Arsene Wenger's men could not break down their opponents and exited the Champions League.
The Japanese youngster was intended to be Arsene Wenger's seventh man on the bench against Bayern Munich and travelled to Germany before the club learned that he was ineligible.
The midfielder is hoping the Catalans will make the most of their 2-0 lead when they meet Man City.
Following his team’s 4-0 win in the first leg of the tie, the Frenchman believes that its Bundesliga opposition will be looking for a win to restore pride.
The Gunners trail Bayern Munich by two goals following the first leg of their last 16 clash, but the French duo believes they are capable of turning the tie around in Germany.
The Blaugrana supremo has conceded that their European rivals' financial might could leave the Spanish giant trailing in the coming years.
Interact with the former World Player of the Year as he tweets before, during and after Barcelona's Champions League clash with Manchester City.
After Manchester City was dumped out of the FA Cup by Wigan, the midfielder is grateful that the club now faces a game so important that the club cannot dwell on the loss.
The Brazilian looked like his old self during the first half of the season but has struggled horribly under the Rossoneri's new coach.
Monday, March 10, 2014
The Argentine will ring the changes for the second leg of his side's last-16 Champions League clash and highlighted the notable threat of Mario Balotelli
The Germany international says the Bavarian side must show respect to its Champions League opponents and insists they will set out to win the game.
Trailing by two goals, the Gunners are far from favored ahead of their daunting trip to Bayern Munich. But history shows shocks are a part of European soccer.