Arsenal are capable of defeating any team, affirms Jonas Eidevall before Women’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Bayern Munich | Football News

Ahead of Arsenal’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Bayern Munich, Jonas Eidevall expressed unwavering confidence in his team’s ability to beat anyone. Despite trailing 1-0 after Lea Schuller’s header in the first leg, Eidevall is certain that his squad can rise to the challenge and secure the two goals needed to advance without extra-time or penalties. While acknowledging the formidable nature of Bayern’s defense, who have only conceded four league goals this season, Eidevall believes that his team has the potential to overcome any opponent.

The absence of the away goals rule, which was recently scrapped by UEFA, has made the task more straightforward, and Eidevall emphasizes the importance of balance in attacking and creating goalscoring opportunities. Although Arsenal remains the only English club to have won the Champions League in 2007, Eidevall is confident that an English club will soon claim the trophy, as the growth of the league, with bigger stadiums and good attendances, is building a brand that no other European league currently matches.

While other European clubs have historically outspent English sides on salaries and transfers, Eidevall believes that the future of English club success lies in building a League-driven product that attracts players, creates excitement, and fosters a spirit of cooperation and growth. Eidevall encourages Arsenal to take the next step towards winning the trophy and believes that reaching the semi-finals puts any team in contention to lift the cup.

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