Coaches of English and Bundesliga giants, Arsenal and Bayern Munich, have expressed optimism of securing victory in Wednesday night’s UEFA Champions League (UCL) Group F matches.
Speaking ahead of the ‘make-or-break’ clash against Olympiacos, Arsenal’s manager, Arsene Wenger, affirmed that the Gunners could win anywhere in Europe.
Arsenal visit the Greek champions needing to win by two clear goals or by scoring at least three times in their final Group F game to pip their opponents to a place in the last 16.
Wenger believes the challenge holds no fear for his players addig that nerves could prove an issue for the Greeks.
In the meantime, Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola, said the Bundesliga giants want to keep winning as they prepare for their clash with Dinamo Zagreb.
Bayern have already secured top spot in Group F, while the Croatian champions are bottom of the group with only three points in five games.
Guardiola insisted his players always want to win every game as they look to rebound from their first league defeat of the season.
Brazilian full back, Rafinha, also echoed his manager’s sentiments, saying that winning was imperative for Bayern every time they take to the pitch.