Arsenal begin their quest to improve on their inability to reach the Champions League quarter-finals since 2010 with an uphill task in Alianz Arena, Wednesday night.
The Bavarians, on the other hand, still boast of a first position, with 7 points clear in the Bundesliga log, although they have not appeared as dominant this season under former Chelsea manager Ancelotti. Bayern’s French international legend, Frank Ribery, is now “on the grass”, whereas, dependable central defender, Jerome Boateng, remains “in the sand” — as the Bayern Munich official website put it.
In the 10 times these two sides have met, Bayern has won half of the encounters, with 2 draws, and have recorded 3 losses to Arsenal.
Date & Time
Wednesday, February 15, 8:45pm Nigerian Time
Bayern Munich 2-1 Arsenal