Thierry Henry named two teams Arsenal need to avoid quarterfinals draw


Thierry Henry, the Arsenal legend, has shared his thoughts on the upcoming Champions League draw. He believes Arsenal should steer clear of two teams in particular. On Tuesday, Arsenal secured a thrilling victory at the Emirates Stadium.

They faced FC Porto in champions league round of 16. A team that challenged their usual style of play, but Arsenal emerged victorious.During the penalty shootout. The team showed great determination, and David Raya became the hero of the moment.

This win has put Arsenal in the quarter-final draw for the first time in 14 years. The teams Arsenal could face next include Atletico de Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, Paris-Saint-Germain, and Real Madrid. With no country protection in this stage of the draw, Arsenal could potentially go up against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

Thierry Henry : Manchester City are the team to beat

Frenchman has specifically pointed out Manchester City and Spanish giants Real Madrid as the ones Arsenal should hope to avoid in the draw. As he discussed on CBS Sports. Henry considers Manchester City as the top contender and also expresses concerns about facing Real Madrid.

Thierry Henry has now named two teams he thinks Arsenal really need to avoid in tomorrow’s Champions League drawn. Speaking on CBS Sports, Henry thought there were still two obvious heavyweights.

Thierry Henry hopes Arsenal avoid two teams in today’s Champions League draw Henry said he thinks Manchester City are still the team to beat, and had concern regarding a well known Spanish side too.He explained:

“Look there are two teams there that can be cocky, in brackets, it’s Real Madrid and Man City, that’s about it.The others you just take who you get. I think City are still the team to beat, for me.

”Of course, as Henry mentioned, we are in ‘take who you get’ territory now.Ultimately if Arsenal want to win the Champions League they will need to be able to overcome any of the teams mentioned

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