FC Bayern Munich will face Arsenal FC in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. Thomas Helmer (58) is familiar with games under pressure and in a red jersey.

In the interview, the European champion, the moderator of the Sport1 fan talk on Wednesday (8.15 p.m.), talks about FC Bayern's game against Arsenal. "This will be a very difficult game. Arsenal has now also suffered a setback - and a bigger one than Bayern recently faced. In addition, Bayern are not that good for them. For me, the game is completely open, so a good outcome for Bayern is realistic. And then... a different caliber awaits. The quarter-final games showed how high the standard is. On good days, Bavaria can keep up. Not on bad ones. It's up to them now. Of course, there was unrest all season long. Nevertheless, you can reach the semi-finals – and for me, that would have a conciliatory character." The Bayern Munich boss believes the club needs a Benedikt Höwedes-type player. He also believes the return of Julian Nagelsmann would be an admission of error from Bayern Munich. The final will take place in Munich on Sunday at 2.30pm local time (4.30am local time in Germany) and will be shown live on Bayern Munich TV. Click here for more on the Bayern Munich vs. Wolfsburg match report and match report.