Former Arsenal hitman Thierry Henry says the gunners must be offensive when they take on Bayern Munich on Tuesday night in the Champions League.
Arsenal surprisingly sit bottom of their group in the Champions League after horrendous defeats to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiakos.
The defeat means Arsenal are under pressure and must get all three points on Tuesday if they are to have any chance to qualify from the group.
Bayern have started the season in sensational form, winning their first nine league matches and scoring eight unanswered goals in continental competition to date, with striker Robert Lewandowski in incredible form.
Henry suggests his former side must go on the attack when they face their German visitors.
“I’d much rather see them having a go than sitting back and being passive,” Henry wrote in his column in The Sun.
“The big question is, can they maintain that high-tempo pressure for 90 minutes against a team of Bayern’s calibre? I’m not sure anyone can.”
The 38-year old who works as a pundit also called on Wenger to stick with Petr Cech over David Ospina on Tuesday.
“One thing for certain is that Arsene cannot rest or rotate any of his star players, as he did when he played David Ospina instead of Petr Cech against Olympiakos,” added Henry.
“If you don’t play your best team against Bayern Munich, you might as well stay at home.”
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