FC Arsenal Makes Bid for Champions League

First Leg Tie – Besiktas 0-0 Arsenal

Arsenal Makes Bid for Champions League

On Wednesday, FC Arsenal face Turkish club Besiktas in a thrilling match to determine the Gunners 2014 – 2015 Champions League fate.

In order to earn a spot in this season’s European competition, Arsenal must win the match. A draw would mean the Gunners would fall out of the Champions League at the qualifying stage for the very first time.

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is confident his side is ready to win the important upcoming second leg home game at Emirates Stadium. Even though he will be without Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott and team captain Mikel Arteta, Wenger believes his side has the experience to win the high-pressure top level match. He said his men are strong and mentally prepared for the fight.

Wenger stated that Arsenal want to win on the sporting side more than just for the financial advantage.

Former Chelsea and Newcastle striker Demba Ba will be key to the Turks attack against the Gunners.

Bilic will serve a touchline ban after his antics in the first leg and watch the battle in the stands after arguing with referee Milorad Mazic in the first leg.

Besiktas manager, Slaven Bilic, is also confident and focused on the Black Eagles winning the big match. Bilic said that after last week’s 0-0 draw in Istanbul, his side have hope and a Champions League dream more important than a specific plan. Bilic said the Black Eagles will do their best to deliver a shocking win in North London.

The Champions League game will be Beşiktaş’s second match in London. Their first was a 2-0 win against FC Chelsea.

Do not miss the chance to watch FC Arsenal qualify for the 2014-2015 Champions League tournament.

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