Talksport.

Bellerin was influential during their 1-0 win over CSKA Moscow at the Emirates on Monday night, and the win was enough to book their place in the semi-final against Premier League rivals Chelsea.

And the young Spaniard revealed that he feels the Reds have what it takes to go all the way.

“Absolutely [we can win the tournament]. After the last two displays we’ve produced, the spirit in the team is incredible. We have a huge amount of motivation, and we believe we can beat any team in the competition.” he told Talksport.

Bellerin explained that Arsenal’s one touch play and fluidity was the key to defeating a tough Russian side and that they are looking forward to their semi-final in Italy.

“It was a great game, extremely difficult, because they pressed hard, but we played very well, with a lot of energy, and played some great one-touch football. The result has given us a huge amount of strength, we’re delighted to be heading to Italy.” he added.

Arsenal face Chelsea in the Series semi-final on Friday, March 19th at the Stadio Giuseppe Sinigaglia in Lake Como, Italy.

The winner of the tie will progress to the final in the same venue on Monday, April 1st.

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  • Kevin Ward
    1 year ago

    i think you need to go over your article dude……lmao. Makes you wonder if you know anything about football?
    On the off chance you still don’t know whats wrong, i will give you a hint.
    Red and white does not the colour blue make.

    Reply
    • Christy Malyan
      1 year ago

      I doubt it has anything to do with football knowledge, it was clearly just an innocent mistake.

      Reply

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