The return leg of the UEFA Europa League is here. At 9:05 p.m. CET, the Wanda Metropolitano will be shaking from the support of 67,000+ fans who will come out to witness history.
After our epic 1-1 draw at the Emirates, Diego Pablo Simeone said he expects a rocking atmosphere at the Wanda Metropolitano and that's what will happen when the match kicks off.
Arsenal are coming into this match following a 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford. On the other hand, our lads nabbed a hard-earned victory in the Basque Country against Alavés.
This semi-final tie, like Simeone said, is still 50-50 and both sides are going to give it their all to make it to the final in Lyon. This season being Arsene Wenger's last one in charge of the Gunners, his goal is to say goodbye with a trophy. Meanwhile, Simeone is anxious to coach our side for the second time in an Europa League final.
Both sides are going to give it their all and while we don't know who will advance to the final, what we do know is that the Wanda Metropolitano will be an intimidating place.