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Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny believes the Gunners can cause a huge upset and defeat the reigning Champions League holders Barcelona in London on Tuesday, but insists the team must defend well as a unit in order to achieve such an aim.
Arsenal host Luis Enrique's side at the Emirates Stadium in the first leg of their last-16 tie this week in what will undoubtedly be a tough test for the Premier League side.
Barcelona are on course to win La Liga this season and currently sit eight points clear of rivals Real Madrid while they comfortably won their Champions League group with 14 points - eight points clear of second-placed Roma.
Despite the Catalan club coming into their game with the Gunners with much confidence, Arsenal will be looking to stun Barcelona on Tuesday, as they did in 2011, which Koscielny believes is achievable as long as the side work as a team.
Speaking to Telefoot, the France international said: "They are the best offensive armada in Europe and the world.
"We have to take pleasure in the match and give 100 per cent to get a good result at home. "We have a great keeper in Petr Cech and when it comes to defence it's not just the back four.
Mandag 21.00 på TV3 springer Julie Zangenberg ud som TV-vært i datingprogrammet "Adam & Eva".
Vi mødte Julie til pressemøde på programmet, hvor hun fortalte om sine egne datingerfaringer, samt åbnede op om forholdet til Nicklas Bendtner.
The contract with the 28-year-old Dane, which had been valid until June 2017, has been terminated with immediate effect.
‘Bendtner had not trained with the team for quite some time and was recently exempted from participation.’ The Dane has scored only two Bundesliga goals this season and has made 47 appearances for Wolfsburg since joining from Arsenal in 2014, scoring nine goals.
The outcome of those talks saw Bendtner released from all training activities for the Champions League quarter-finalists, with a final decision over the former Arsenal forward’s future expected to be made “imminently”.