London, Dec 18: Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas has insisted that beating Barcelona is not mission impossible.
He is sure that Arsenal can overcome the Spanish giants to keep their Champions League dream alive.
That's even though it was Barcelona who dumped Arsenal out of the competition last season after a 4-1 victory at the Nou Camp, The Sun reports.
Fabregas believes this time it can be different, saying: "This is not some mission impossible."
"We can win this. Barcelona are not unbeatable. If they were invincible, they would win the Champions League every year," he said.
"Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool have knocked them out in recent years. Maybe it''s our turn now - and why not?
"If we want to be champions of Europe, we have to be able to beat anyone and everyone - and that includes Barca," he added. (ANI)
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