Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have shovels at the ready with the goal of burying the UEFA Champions League dreams of Napoli and Arsenal on Tuesday.
Arsenal’s task is especially daunting, as the Gunners trail 5-1 after one leg. The Emirates Stadium crowd will be hoping their road goal is the difference, though even a clean sheet demands a 4-0 win.
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And that mean Tuesday is possibly Arsene Wenger‘s final European match in charge of the Gunners. The stadium atmosphere is worth monitoring all match long, regardless of score.
Meanwhile, Napoli is in a slightly better position than Arsenal, having scored while conceding thrice at Real Madrid. The visitors haven’t been shutout in almost a calendar year, so Napoli may be hoping Lorenzo Insigne can help produce a first leg mirroring 3-1.