No team has ever overturned a two-goal deficit in an away Champions second-leg tie fixture - can Arsenal do it at Monaco?

The match kicks off at 7.45pm

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Arsenal will have to create history when they travel to Monaco tonight by overturning a two-goal deficit in an away second leg knockout Champions League tie.

After losing the first leg at the Emirates 3-1, it'll take a monumental effort for the Gunners to reach the quarter-final - a victory by a three-goal margin will guarantee progress, but a 4-2 win will get them there too on away goals.

While seven teams have previously achieved the feat - the Gunners will be the first to do it when playing the second leg away from home.

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Teams to overturn a two-goal deficit in the Champions League knockout stage:

2000 Quarter-final:

First leg: Chelsea 3-1 Barcelona

Second leg: Barcelona 5-1 Chelsea

(Barca won 6-4 on aggregate)

2004 Quarter-final:

First leg: AC Milan 4-1 Deportivo

Second leg: Deportivo 4-0 Milna

(Deportivo won 5-1 on aggregate)

2004 Quarter-final:

First leg: Real Madrid 4-2 Monaco

Second- leg: Monaco 3-1 Real Madrid

(Monaco won 5-5 on away goals on aggregate)

2012 Last 16

First leg: Napoli 3-1 Chelsea

Second leg: Chelsea 4-1 Napoli

(Chelsea won 5-4 on aggregate)

2013 Last 16

First leg: Milan 2-0 Barcelona

Second leg: Barcelona 4-0 AC Milan

(Barca won 4-2 on aggregate)

2014 Last 16

First leg: Olympiakos 2-0 Man Utd

Second leg: Man Utd 3-0 Olympiakos

(Man Utd won 3-2 on aggregate)

2014 Quarter-final

First leg: PSG 3-1 Chelsea

Second leg: Chelsea 2-0 PSG

(Chelsea won 4-3 on aggregate)