Peter Olayinka said Slavia Prague is built for a very difficult game ahead of their UEFA Europa League second leg quarter-final tie with Arsenal.
Peter Olayinka’s Slavia Prague is 90 minutes away from reaching the semi-final of the last four of the competition after holding to a 1-1 draw last week.
The final leg of the tie will be at Slavia Prague’s Eden Arena this Thursday evening and getting past Arsenal would be a massive achievement for the Czech Republic champions.
Speaking with brila.net ahead of the match, Olayinka said the boys are fired up for what looks to be the biggest game of their season.
” This is a big game for all of us, getting to the semi-finals is a big deal and for some of us this is a rare opportunity.” He told brila.net
Before the 1-1 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates stadium last week, Slavia Prague have eliminated two British teams in Leicester City and Glasgow Rangers.
The team did not taste defeat in three travels to Britain this season, winning two and drawing once, Olayinka however believed his side is built for difficult games.
” We’ve played several top games and are built for difficult opponents, what it looks like is that opposition players underrate us, maybe not their Managers, but the players.” He concluded.
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