On the club's badge, Juanfran added: "I am convinced that the club does the best for its Atlético people and the fans will support us". "I think we have done enough of a job tonight, there was a good pace in the first half, the two teams gave everything which is why is was such a spectacular first half, " he said.
"If we lose, we keep second".
However, CSKA coach Viktor Goncharenko encouraged the Gunners' support and England fans travelling for the World Cup in June to visit Russian Federation.
"We know that in Europe you must be careful with all the little details, and today we had a bit of fortune. Please come to Russian Federation".
In a disappointing season that sees Arsenal occupying sixth place in the English Premier League, way behind in the race for one of the four Champions League berths, the Europa League is the club's last chance of a trophy.
Mkhitaryan should have put the hosts ahead inside three minutes when he shot into the side-netting before Ramsey's first goal of the night was ruled out for offside against Ozil.
Ramsey opened the scoring by rounding off a fine team move on nine minutes by firing Hector Bellerin's cross into the roof of the net.
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CSKA quickly leveled when Aleksandr Golovin curled a free kick from 20 meters over the defensive wall and into the top corner.
Lacazette has endured a frustrating debut season at the Emirates, but made the most of the cup-tied Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's absence by confidently slamming home from the spot.
Ramsey's side-foot finish set Arsenal on their way.
Ozil was again the creator when Lacazette also grabbed a double by shooting into the far corner for his first goal from open play in almost three months.
Koke's goal after 23 seconds set Europa League favourites Atletico Madrid on their way to a quarter-final first-leg on over Sporting Lisbon.
Italy's Lazio ended Salzburg's 35-game unbeaten run stretching back to August after the Austrian side were undone by late goals from Anderson and Immobile.
RB Leipzig in a match with "Marseilles" for the first time in its short history has kept his goal intact, and the only goal, Timo Werner brought the Germans to the semifinals.