Arsenal have a weak spot and we are ready to expose it, declares confident Ludogorets captain Svetoslav Dyakov
Ludogorets captain Svetoslav Dyakov is confident the Bulgarian champions have highlighted Arsenal's weak spot - even if he believes the Gunners are one of the best teams in the world.
Dyakov will lead his side out at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night for the first part of their Champions League double-header against an in-form Arsenal.
The Bulgaria international was in the Ludogorets side which lost 2-1 to Liverpool courtesy of a last-gasp Steven Gerrard penalty when they last played in England back in 2014.
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