Grant Wahl joins SI Now to discuss Barcelona's greatness, Arsenal's uphill climb, the USMNT goalkeeping situation and more.

By The SI Staff
March 15, 2016

Arsenal is in line for another Champions League round-of-16 exit after a 2-0 loss at home to Barcelona in the first leg, and it's do or die on Wednesday as the Gunners head to Camp Nou.

Grant Wahl joined SI Now to discuss Arsene Wenger's approach in the road leg and how Barcelona has been able to rise to yet another level amid a Spanish record 37-match unbeaten streak.

Also on the horizon, the U.S. men's national team has a pair of World Cup qualifiers against Guatemala, and both Tim Howard and Brad Guzan have endured rough times in goal for Everton and Aston Villa, respectively. Howard has been benched, while Guzan recently recovered his job but has been burned repeatedly with a last-place defense in front of him. With Jurgen Klinsmann previously saying that he'll be rotating between the two goalkeepers, will he split the duties come March 25 and 29?

MLS is off an running, and there's a surprise team atop the Eastern Conference, with the Montreal Impact going 2-0-0 without Didier Drogba. Are the Impact for real?

And finally, the Manchester derby is this Sunday, with both teams needing wins for widely varying reasons. Which one needs it more?

Watch the entire segment in the video above. 


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