The Gunners play the Bundesliga champions in the Champions League and the German is confident.
Arsenal club record signing Mesut Ozil is confident ahead of the arguably the most unenviable tie of the Champions League last-16 against Bayern Munich.
The Gunners face the reigning champions for a second successive year at this stage, after being eliminated by Bayern on away goals last season.
The German champions went onto win the treble in 2012/13 and since then the iconic Pep Guardiola has taken over as head coach and Ozil thinks the team are now even stronger – but the north Londoners can still beat them.
“I have huge respect for Bayern,” the 25-year-old was quoted by the Mirror.
“They are even better than they were last year, but we’re not going to hide.
“Anything is possible over two legs.
“I’m the kind of player who loves games like these.”
Ozil’s side face Bayern in the first-leg of the last-16 tie on Wednesday, when they host the Germans at the Emirates Stadium before heading to the Allianz Arena a fortnight later for the deciding fixture.
Many think Arsenal will come unstuck against Guardiola’s men, but Arsene Wenger has got the team playing better football than they were 12 months ago.
The north London side are currently second in the Premier League after 26 matches and look to be in a great position to end their trophy drought – which is approaching nine years.
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