Dortmund manager Klopp thinks Arsenal can win Champions League
The London based English Premier League club are having a year to remember this campaign and if there is one player that is just as impressive this year it is Gunners midfielder, Aaron Ramsey who scored the go ahead and eventual winning goal in the club's 0-1 victory.
Following the match, Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp spoke to the press as quoted by BBC Sport claiming that he believes that the English side can win it all in Europe this year:
"They could win it - as long as they don't play Bayern Munich.
They are young, healthy and good technicians. They won a clever game tonight."
Klopp knows first hand what their fellow German's are capable of achieving having lost both the Champions League and the German Bundesliga title to Bayern last campaign, and now knows that his side will have a fight to achieve a place in the knockout stages from Group F:
"It is a very strong group and the positive news tonight is that two wins and we will qualify.
We created much more today up front and but they scored with their first chance of the match and we could not come back. This defeat could have been avoided.
It's definitely going to get exciting from now on."
Matches against Napoli and Marseille are up next as Dortmund will have to battle their way to the next round against the Italian and French sides knowing that if they fail to win both matches they will be headed to the Europa League.
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