Arsenal legend David Seaman has revealed his only fear for the Gunners ahead of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg tie with Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

Recall that Arsenal and Bayern Munich played a 2-2 draw in the first-leg at the Emirates last week.

Speaking on the Seaman Says podcast, Seaman is fearful a negative result against Bayern could trigger a bad run of results for Mikel Arteta’s side.


“It’s frustrating because we had a great chance of really pushing, but it’s just one game.

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“I can’t hear anybody singing yet, so let’s move on and get on with the rest of the games. There is a massive game against Bayern and we will see what happens with that.

“My only fear, and I have talked about it all the time, is if we don’t get the right result against Bayern, the next game is against Wolves and that could be tricky.”