Flamini is confident the team can overturn a 0-2 deficit.
In a disappointing game for the hosts on Wednesday night, Arsenal were beaten 0-2 by Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.
Second half goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller was enough to sink the Gunners, as they played over half the match with 10 men following a red card for goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
It was a very similar result to 12 months ago, when at the same stage in the competition they lost 1-3 to Bayern, before going to the Allianz Arena and coming away with a 0-2 victory – although were eliminated on away goals.
Midfielder Mathieu Flamini is confident that the north London side can repeat that performance and also play like they did in the first part of Wednesday’s defeat.
“Everything is possible,” the Frenchman told the club’s website.
“We hope we can go over there and play a big game with the same [first] 20 minutes that we did here.
“We need to continue our high pressing and try to score early in the game.
“We started very well, we were pressing very high and we were creating opportunities so that was positive.”
Despite having only conceded 17 goals in all competitions this term, Bayern were on the back foot against Arsene Wenger’s side early on and Mesut Ozil won a penalty after 11 minutes.
The attacking midfielder turned skillfully away from Jerome Boateng and the centre-back brought down the 25-year-old clumsily.
With neither Mikel Arteta or Olivier Giroud on the pitch however, Ozil took the spot kick and his tame effort was saved easily by Manuel Neuer.
Yet Flamini is clearly hoping that another display like that can earn the north Londoners a place in the quarter-finals.
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