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Kingsley Coman Claims Bayern Are Out for Revenge

Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has claimed that the Bavarian giants are looking to make a statement to the rest of Europe with a revenge win against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

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Pep Guardiola:We won't relent against olympiakos

Pep Guardiola Tells Arsenal to 'Trust' Bayern Munich in Olympiakos Match

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has informed Arsenal they can "trust" his team to be at their best when they play Olympiakos in Matchday 5 of the Champions League after the Bundesliga champions destroyed the Premier League club 5-1 on Wednesday.
The Gunners need the Germans to do them a favour by beating the Greek side, who sit joint-top in Group F, six points clear of Arsenal with only two games left.
Matt Barlow of the Daily Mail quoted the Spanish coach after the contest at the Allianz Arena, as Guardiola promised a strong showing on Nov. 24: "Trust us we will try to win. Be sure we will fight because we want to be first in the group."
Arsenal were blown away by a ruthless Bayern performance on Wednesday, and the Bavarians' protagonists were at their very best as the north London side folded.
Goals from Robert Lewandowski, David Alaba, Arjen Robben and two from Thomas Muller …

Vidal: arsenal will play the real Bayern

The German champions have a point to prove against their Group F rivals in the Champions League clash on Wednesday, according to the Chilean Vidal.
Ahead of this crucial battle fir both sides,
Arturo Vidal has issued a warning to
Arsenal as Bayern Munich prepare to host them in the Champions League on Wednesday.The Bavarian side suffered a 2-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium on matchday three, with Arsene Wenger's men recovering from losses to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos to keep their qualification hopes alive.
However, the Chilean midfielder insists that Bayern will not be so generous to their opponents at Allianz Arena, and says a die Roten victory is the only outcome they are targeting."We'll show Arsenal the real Bayern on Wednesday," Vidal told Bild am Sonntag .
"Our confidence is high. This time we'll take our chances and take the three points."
Arsenal enter the tie in excellent form however, having climbed to the top of the Premier League a…


Bavarians  are unstoppable in the Bundesliga  in recent years, and three points at the weekend will take the club into four figures locally While Pep Guardiola has not quite been able to solve the Champions League puzzle for Bayern Munich, there is no doubt that when it comes to the domestic game, Die Roten are in control.The Bavarians have raced to a brilliant start to the 2015-16 season, winning nine out of nine to jump straight to the summit they occupied almost without challenge in the last campaign.
A win against Koln would make it a perfect 10 - but that is not the only record Pep's men have in view.Three points would also make Bayern the first German team in history to reach the milestone of 1000 Bundesliga victories, an outstanding feat in just the 53rd edition of the competition.

arsenal triumph against bayern munchen 2:0

Goals from Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil helped Arsenal reignite their Champions League hopes with a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich.

Arsene Wenger's side headed into the Emirates Stadium contest with their Group F campaign in disarray following losses to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos.

But they played a full part in a thrilling opening half, with Manuel Neuer forced into brilliant saves from Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott – the latter from the England man a truly astonishing piece of goalkeeping.

Bayern also threatened, particularly through the effervescent Douglas Costa, and their customary mastery of possession served to make the second half one for Arsenal to endure rather than enjoy.

But stunningly, Neuer undid his earlier heroics by woefully misreading Santi Cazorla's hopeful punt into the box for Giroud – introduced three minutes previously in place of Walcott – to smuggle home a 77th-minute header.

The Bavarians' first defeat after 12 consecutive wins in all…
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