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Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel issues a stark message to Arsenal ahead of their Champions League quarter-final showdown, expressing his intent to “inflict pain” on the London side.

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Heading into the first-leg clash at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday, Tuchel’s Bundesliga outfit confronts Mikel Arteta’s side amidst a series of recent disappointing outcomes, including a 3-2 loss to newly promoted Heidenheim.

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However, Tuchel maintains confidence in his squad’s capabilities and anticipates a compelling performance at Arsenal’s home turf.

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Addressing the upcoming encounter, Tuchel states, “Arsenal currently stands as the Premier League’s top team, and their form substantiates that. They’ve consistently performed at a high level for the past two seasons, presenting us with a significant challenge.”

“We’re aware of our strengths and our strategic approach to unsettle them. Our Champions League experience in recent years is an asset we aim to leverage to our advantage,” Tuchel adds.

Acknowledging Mikel Arteta’s pivotal role in Arsenal’s resurgence, Tuchel acknowledges the transformation under the Spanish manager’s leadership.

“There has been a notable shift in the club’s culture since Arteta’s arrival, evident in their sustained success. Despite initial challenges, the team has rallied behind him, demonstrating tactical proficiency and defensive stability,” Tuchel observes.

The clash marks another chapter in the managers’ rivalry, with Tuchel recalling their previous encounters when he managed Chelsea in the Premier League. Despite Arteta’s favorable record with two wins in three matchups, Tuchel remains undaunted ahead of the Champions League encounter.

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