Piers Morgan: Why Arsenal shouldn’t get carried away with Bayern win

Piers Morgan reminds Arsenal supporters that Gunners are still bottom of Group F despite Bayern win

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Piers Morgan has warned Arsenal not to get carried away with their famous victory over Bayern Munich.

The Gunners breathed life into the Champions League campaign with a 2-0 victory over Pep Guardiola’s side after goals from Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil.

The north London side have three points thanks to their win against leaders Bayern but remained in fourth place in Group F behind Dynamo Zagreb and Olympiacos.

And outspoken Arsenal supporter Morgan was keen to remind his Twitter followers that there is plenty of work to do if Arsene Wenger’s side want to qualify for the knockout phase.

Arsenal lost 2-1 to Dynamo Zagreb in their Champions League group-stage opener before a 3-2 loss to Greek side Olympiacos at Emirates Stadium earlier this month.

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The north Londoners are on a three-game winning streak after beating Manchester United, Watford and Bayern ahead of the visit of Everton at The Emirates on Saturday.

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