AS Monaco's coach Leonardo Jardim reacts on the pitch at the end of their Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match against Arsenal at the Louis II Stadium in Monaco, March 17, 2015. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
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Monaco beat Arsenal 3-1 in London three weeks ago before losing 2-0 at Louis II, results that saw them progress to the last eight of the competition for the first time since 2004 on the away goals rule.Monaco conceded just one goal on the way to topping Group C and qualifying for the last 16 but the club felt that Arsenal had still underestimated them when they were drawn to meet.Having lost two influential players last summer, Monaco shifted to a more cautious approach this season.While Arsenal inexplicably conceded a late third goal at the Emirates, Monaco defended with 10 men behind the ball in a grandstand finish Tuesday to preserve their away-goal advantage.
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