“You have to win your home games if you want to qualify from the group stage, it’s as simple as that”. The pace and style of the European game was almost identical to that of the Premier League, making for an easy transition for the likes of United, Arsenal,...
Ghana wing-half Jeffrey Schlupp and his Leicester City side watched their enviable Premier League unbeaten record crash down before their home fans as Arsenal hammered them 5-2 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
However, the focus is now back on Champions League football and the upcoming clash with Olympiakos is crucial if the Gunners want to qualify for the knockout stages, after they lost their opening match against Dinamo Zagreb.
A huge morale boost for Wenger will be the offensive efficiency and clinical finishing Arsenal demonstrated at Leicester which means it is unlikely that the Gunners boss will make as many alterations to his side as he did in Zagreb.