Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says Arsenal need to take the Invincibles’ attitude into Monday’s clash against Manchester United.
The Gunners are three games away from retaining the FA Cup, but face a tough quarter-final clash at Old Trafford.
Arsene Wenger’s team have not won at United since 2006 and Oxlade-Chamberlain believes he and his team-mates can learn a lot from previous Arsenal sides.
"They had no doubt they were going to get the right result. That’s the attitude you need to take into those big games"
“When we go there it’s a tough environment,” the England midfielder told Arsenal.com. “The game we always speak about is the 8-2 but you can’t go into those games with any doubt or any fear.
“I was at the premiere of the Invincibles documentary the other day and was listening to legends like Martin Keown and Thierry Henry talking about how they had no fear going into those games.
“They had no doubt they were going to get the right result. That’s clearly the kind of attitude that you need to take into those big games.
“You have to believe in yourself, go there with no fear, be 100 per cent confident in yourself and go to get the result we are capable of getting.”
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