Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has claimed that he will "give everything" to score against Arsenal in the Champions League following two games without scoring.

The Poland international has had a stunning season so far having scored 22 goals in his first 16 clubs for club and country.

The 27-year-old has been making headlines, particularly for scoring five in just nine minutes during Bayern's emphatic win over Wolfsburg.

Lewandowski is hopeful that he can add more goals to his tally after netting just once in his last four games.

"I've gone two games without a goal now, obviously I want to score again," The Mirror quotes Lewandowski as saying.

"I will give everything for that. "We desperately need points. We have to show who is the better team. We have to stay concentrated and focused, then we have a very good chance to beat Arsenal.

"We have to get the points. We're playing at home and will give our all." 

03/11/15

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