That would be a good night for us."The first leg takes place at the Allianz Arena today, with the return fixture at Emirates Stadium on March 7".
"I'm not surprised. Did you think they would go to Bayern Munich and get a result?"
Yes, it may be hard replacing Wenger, and by doing so we may experience something similar to what Manchester United fans experienced when Sir Alex Ferguson retired, but we need to take that on at some point so why not as soon as possible.
"My brother, who is a lot richer than me, has a nice bottle of wine for him".
Arsene Wenger will address the media from 9am, live on Sky Sports News HQ, with questions over his Arsenal future top of the agenda.
Despite everyone calling for Arsene Wenger to be sacked, Keown feels that the Frenchman will have the final say on the matter.
Bayern, who knocked out Arsenal at this stage of the competition in 2005, 2013 and 2014, got off to a ideal start.
According to the report, it was stated that Steve Bould hurled a water bottle against a wall as players blamed each other for their heavy defeat against Bayern Munich. "I felt we had two good chances to score just before half-time".
Ozil, like Sanchez, is stalling on signing a new contract, with his current deal set to expire at the end of next season. Arsenal's board must look at the situation and if they truly believe Wenger is the right man to take them forward, he must stay. "I think the realization that that decision needs to be made is even more apparent after tonight's performance and you could see it nearly in his eyes that he knows now, probably reluctantly, that he's going to have to hand over the reins to somebody else".
Europe's biggest club competition will continue with Munich side looking to continue their record streak of 15 home victories in a row, while "Gunners" are eyeing to break their round of 16 hoodoo after losing six consecutive years at the stage. They have two decent players, but the rest are average.
On Thursday night, the agent for club-record signing Ozil leaped to his defence by claiming the Germany global had been made a "scapegoat" for all of Arsenal's recent ills. The gap in class and quality between Bayern and Arsenal was already huge-there was no need for the Londoners to further widen it, but that's exactly what they did.
"We wanted to make life hard for them and we did that".
For a decade and more their manager gave them a combination of things they hadn't had before: trophies delivered with style and grace, accompanied by a touch of foreign glamour.