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Arsenal will learn from "painful" Champions League exit - Arteta

BBC Sport Wednesday, 17 April 2024
Boss Mikel Arteta says Arsenal lacked the "that magic moment" against Bayern Munich but will learn from their "painful" Champions League defeat.
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