Arsenal skipper Mikel Arteta says the Gunners must force the Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich to make errors in Tuesday night's Champions League clash.
Arteta reckons Arsenal's all-round display at the start of their last home game vs. Bayern Munich should be repeated in order to seal a vital win tonight.
"I think it was a great start," he told Arsenal Player, Arsenal.com reported. "I remember Yaya Sanogo played up front and he caused them big problems because they played with a high line and every time we were managing to play the ball behind them and they suffered.
"After missing the penalty and getting Wojciech Szczesny sent off it was a very different story.
"You need a big discipline [to beat Bayern]," added Arteta. "The way they share the space, the way they play, they make it really difficult for you because they really stretch you.
"They want to play in your half and every time you win the ball back, they’re at your feet and make it hard to come out.
"We need to do the opposite - we need to play in their half, press them and make them make mistakes. From there, we have players up front that can cause them damage."