BT Sport will be reliving four great Arsenal European nights this Sunday starting at 7pm.

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FC Bate’s midfielder Aleksandr Hleb attends a press conference on the eve of the Group E first-leg UEFA Champions League football match Bayer Leverkusen vs FC Bate Borisov in Leverkusen, western Germany, on September 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PATRIK STOLLARZ (Photo credit should read PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP/Getty Images)

With no football to look forward to in the near future and none played for what seems like the longest time in my lifetime (this isn’t true, growing up we used to have an actual summer with football finishing at the end of April and not starting again until September), BT Sport have designed an evening just for Arsenal fans this Sunday.

BT Sport is giving Gooners the chance to relive some of Arsenal’s greatest European nights from the past 20 years, with highlights of 4 unforgettable games. Relive the action this Sunday (19th April) from 7pm on BT Sport 1:

19:00 – Arsenal v Juventus – 01/02 UEFA Champions League – Following defeat to Deportivo La Coruña in their opening game of the second group stage, Arsenal respond with a 3-1 against then Italian champions Juventus in a game perhaps best remembered for a wonderful assist from Dennis Bergkamp.

19:30 – Arsenal v Bayer Leverkusen – 01/02 UEFA Champions League – The next European game at Highbury sees a convincing win against Leverkusen with goals from Pires, Henry, Vieira and Bergkamp.

20:00 – Inter Milan v Arsenal – 03/04 UEFA Champions League – The Gunners inflict Inter’s heaviest defeat in 47 years of European football thanks in no small part to an inspiring performance from Thierry Henry.

20:30 – Arsenal v Slavia Prague – 07/08 UEFA Champions League – Doubles from Theo Walcott and Cesc Fàbregas help Arsenal to a 7-0 rout of Slavia Prague.

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