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Munich primed for ‘a very, very tough match’

London, a city of eight million, a melting pot of cultures and languages bequeathed by the British Commonwealth, and one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. It is also the heart of English football, as six London-based clubs currently play in the national top flight. One of the biggest, north London giants Arsenal, host Bayern in the Champions League Round of 16 first leg on Tuesday evening (Live in English from 8.45 pm CET on free Web Radio)

“We can expect a very, very tough match,” said Uli Hoeneß prior to take-off from Munich on Monday morning. On this occasion, the FCB President heads a large Bayern delegation, who landed on schedule at London Heathrow Airport at 1 pm local time. “Arsenal are exceptional at home. We’ll have to work very hard for a decent result,” Hoeneß continued.