“Champions League changed Tuchel's squad”

DHe FC Bayern Munich has made a good start to the Champions League semi-finals. Bundesliga strugglers Munich were held to a 2-2 draw at Arsenal in the quarter-final first leg. International media write about it:

England:

The Sun: “It wasn't perfect and Arsenal still have a lot of work to do. But on a night that threatened to go horribly wrong, Mikel Arteta and his team kept their chances of a semi-final alive – denied by a late penalty for Bugayo Saga.

“Telegraph”: “Fortune favors the brave. And the lucky. At least that's what Arsenal are hoping for.

“The Guardian”: “Michael Arteta has told Arsenal they need to make their own history against an old foe who has already achieved everything. Although it wasn't exactly an evening for the ages, his players proved a point. They showed they are more than capable of facing Bayern Munich as equals, and the next You'd have to be very brave to predict the outcome of the second leg at Bayern next week.

Daily Mail: “Bugayo Saka and his Arsenal colleagues were furious after being denied a penalty in the dying seconds of their Champions League game against Bayern Munich.”

Spain:

“Marca”: “The Champions League transformed Tuchel's team, which ambushed the counter-attack and pushed Arsenal to their limits, its gunpowder wet.”

“Mundo Deportivo”: “Thomas Tuchel's Bayern have had a dream season, but they are still dreaming of the Champions League.”

Austria:

“Kronen Zeitung”: “Arsenal – Bayern: Was it really a penalty?”

Switzerland:

“Blick”: “Bayern in crisis show their toxic face again at the Emirates Stadium in London. In the end, Tuchel's troops take a draw from the island – so they are badly served.

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“Tages-Anzeiger”: “In the short term you have to seriously worry about FC Bayern Munich. (…) But coach Thomas Tuchel's players show that the morale within the squad is not as bad as recently thought. At least when it comes to the last remaining Champions League goal of the season. No.”

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