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It's easy to wonder what could have been had he stayed at Arsenal, but what's more astonishing is what he's become at Bayern, which is a serious star and a legit game-changer, as he was on Tuesday.
Not to be outdone, Lewandowski was on another level as well with his hat trick. He once again showed those goal-scoring instincts and being able to turn with just a little space and put a good shot on frame.
He also combined well with Philippe Coutinho, especially on his final goal, surely giving Spurs defenders nightmares for days to come.
Tottenham sits third in the group with one point through two matches. Spurs are pressing the Bayern defence well and forcing some mistakes.
Son has a shot from distance which forces Neuer into a save. It's the South Korean's fourth attempt on goal already. Ali's dinked ball over the Bayern defence is latched onto by Kane.
He rounds Neuer and goes for goal, but Alaba gets on the line to clear it away. This has been an incredible game in the opening 20 minutes.
What a strike from Joshua Kimmich. He controls the ball on the edge of the Spurs box, skips the ball past Ndombele and smashes across goal into the far bottom corner.
An outstanding strike from the midfielder to bring Bayern level. Tolisso thought he had been fouled as he cleared the ball, but the referee waves play on.
Sissoko plays in Son and the former Leverkusen and Hamburg forward puts the ball past Neuer. The Tottenham right-back sees the ball cleared away from in front of him by Alaba, and the Ivorian appeared to stamp on the Bayern full-back.
Nothing given by the referee or VAR, though. It's been an intense start to the game with both sides pressing the ball hard.
Both sides are also looking to keep possession and push forward quickly. Providing an end-to-end game so far. But in the second half it was completely different.
We changed our attitude. Zurück in die Erfolgsspur? Kann Robert Lewandowski gegen Tottenham Hotspur wieder treffen? Als Experte ist Lothar Matthäus geladen.
More of a concern is how little this Arsenal team produces and how poorly they defend. It's not just the fact that they've scored once from open play in the Premier League in the past two months.
Arsenal are below the league average for Expected Goals xG , which stands at 1. They're below it in both xG 1.
More worryingly for Arteta, they weren't great in xG last season after he took over either 1. And they were poor in xG conceded 1. Arteta has alternated between a back three and a back four.
He effectively played a front two Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette with two wingers Bukayo Saka and Willian after going with a lone front man for most of the season.
Whatever the combination, he doesn't seem to get enough out of the press up front to mitigate the damage the opposition does in transition, and that leaves his back line exposed.
But here, matters aren't helped by his pair of full-backs. Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney are fine footballers, but the former these days looks more suited to a back three and the latter to a back four -- unless he plays wing-back, but that's tricky because they're short on competent central defenders and if you play him there, you don't know where to put Saka.
As for the offensive output, against teams who concede possession, you need Dani Ceballos on the pitch, ideally from the start. He's the most creative midfielder they have, apart from that Mesut Ozil guy, but we won't be seeing him.
And producing endless streams of crosses for Aubameyang and Lacazette -- neither of whom is the second coming of Duncan Ferguson -- against opponents who defend narrowly also doesn't help.
Arteta needs variants in his patterns of play. Presumably he knows this. He also knows that, to do this, he needs time to work on the training pitch.
But in the season, for teams involved in Europe, that's in desperately short supply. He likely also needs a chance to get his guys right mentally.
Willian and Aubameyang aren't producing. It's easy to be cynical and chalk it up to their recently signed mega-contracts.
More likely it's a rough patch of the sort most players go through. He needs to nurse them through that. The same applies to Bellerin, who is increasingly turning into a defensive liability now that he's lost a step from his previously blistering recovery speed.
The best thing Arsenal's hierarchy can do is remind Arteta and the squad that a couple of results will get them back to competing for a Champions League place.
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Mourinho: Spurs one of the strongest teams in Champions League.