Lagos - The scene shifts to north London for the second leg of Arsenal's Champions League play-off against Besiktas, with the Gunners yet to concede at home to Turkish opposition, Supersport reports.
Besiktas were unable to find a way through the Arsenal defence in Tuesday's first leg, which the visitors finished with ten men after Aaron Ramsey's late sending-off.
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Ahead of their trip to Istanbul, Arsenal had yet to lose over 90 minutes to Turkish sides, conceding just twice in seven meetings: W4 D3 L0 (W2 D1 L0 at home – W2 D1 L0 away). However, those games include the 2000 Uefa Cup final, which Arsène Wenger's men lost 4-1 on penalties to Galatasaray AS following 120 goalless minutes in Copenhagen.
Arsenal have never shipped a goal at home to Turkish opponents.
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