Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has urged his side to create something special ahead of the Champions League tie in Monaco tomorrow.
3-1 down from the first first leg, the boss aims to achieve a feet which has never been done in Europe’s premier club competition, but belief is high in the camp.
Wenger accepts that we have made the game difficult for ourselves with a disastrous performance in the first game at the Emirates Stadium three weeks ago.
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“We can go there and create something special,” the boss argued after the win against West Ham (via the Telegraph).
“We knew that we were impatient and threw ourselves forward too much, I think we wanted it too much. We forgot our basics.
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“What you want in life is the chance to put it right. Sometimes you make a big mistake and there’s no comeback. We have the opportunity.”
The team Wenger decides to choose ahead of the tie will be interesting with goals the order of the day and no shortage of attacking talent available to the Frenchman.
Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud resumed their telepathic understanding against West Ham; the balance of the team will be key given that we have to score three goals against the best defensive side in the competition.