Bayern Munich cruised to a win at the Emirates on Tuesday. However, Bastian Schweinsteiger has warned his teammates not to get complacent against Arsenal.
The north Londoners managed to keep 56 per cent of possession against the German giants and even had nine attempts on target to Bayern's eight.
While Arsenal fans seem to have given up hope of continuing in the Champions League this season, Schweinsteiger wants to remind his teammates that nothing is impossible. According to The Sun, the midfielder said: "We must not underestimate Arsenal, they have some really good players, and we will have to give it 100 per cent in the return."
The Munich midfielder also admitted his side were very impressive against Arsenal.
"We really got going well, especially in the first 30 minutes, when we let the ball and our opponents do the work."
Toni Kroos scored the opening goal of the game at the Emirates and also praised his side's performance.
"We were outstanding for long spells against a top European club."
The return leg will take place on March 13, however one negative for Bayern is that Schweinsteiger will be suspended for the game at the Allianz Arena. However, Arsenal will have a big job to do if they are to over turn their 3-1 deficit to the German League leaders.
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