Arsene Wenger says Arsenal face a stiff test against
Per Pep Guardiola’s more adventurous Bayern Munich side after the two sides were paired in the Champions League for the second successive season.
Last season the Bundesliga champions ran riot at the Emirates securing a deserved 3-1 victory although their progress, eventually secured on the away goals rule, was nearly stunted by the Gunners impressive 2-0 win at the Allianz Arena.
“We have to be one goal better this time instead of being one goal worse and I believe it’s an interesting challenge because we have an opportunity to show we have learned from it.
“We have all to win and nothing to lose. We can show that we have moved forward since last season.
“We are different and they are different,” said Wenger of the new style and swagger demonstrated by Guadiola’s Barcelona.
“How much different are they? I don’t know but they look to play a bit more adventurously and more going forward, and we do as well I must say.
“We certainly have more offensive potential with [Mesut] Ozil coming in and we have to find our defensive security back which we have lost over the weekend, but it will be a very interesting challenge.”