Following a week in which Arsenal have beaten what many perceive to be the best team in Europe, can Arsenal ‘find a way’ yet again and secure another season of Champions League football?
Arsenal bowed out of the Champions League in midweek following a 2-0 away win against a Bayern Munich side that had already done the damage during the first leg at the Emirates.
Despite this, Arsene Wenger’s men still showed bundles of character to come away from the Allianz arena with the victory.
Arsenal followed this victory with a league win at Swansea, a team that have proven particularly on their own patch to be no mugs, and a team that took maximum points away from the Emirates earlier in the season. It was another 2-0 away win for Arsenal in a week, all without their influential midfield dynamo Jack Wilshere.
In many recent seasons Arsenal have struggled for consistency synonymous with a team looking to quality for the Champions League, and season after season they put a late run together and find a way to seal their place in the following season’s competition.
With two massive wins, and just a importantly, two clean sheets under their belt, are the gunners starting to show signs of their now annual late season form which will see them dining at the top table of European football next season?