Arteta and Arsenal want new legacy against Bayern in Champions League

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Mikel Arteta has said Arsenal have the belief they can “create their own ­history” against Bayern Munich as they prepare for their first ­appearance in a Champions League quarter-final for 14 years.

Arsenal have suffered three ­successive 5-1 defeats against ­Bayern, losing 10-2 on aggregate in the last 16 in 2017, and have never beaten the German club in a knockout tie. But with Bayern’s fans banned from Tuesday’s first leg in London after throwing fireworks on to the pitch at Copenhagen and Lazio in the group stages, Arteta believes the ­Arsenal supporters could make the ­difference before a daunting trip to Munich for the second leg.

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