Petr Cech happy to end frustrating wait for 200th clean sheet

Petr Cech happy to end frustrating wait for 200th clean sheet

What do YOU think about Deeney facing up to Arsenal fans after missing a penalty in Watford's defeat?

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Must be -4 and snowing again at the Emirates. Let's prepare quietly, but with humility and keep that desire in the team.

Despite the overwhelming sense his position at the club is in danger, Wenger added: "There is a lot of negativity. It is like rain in England, it is easy to get", he said.

"I want our fans to be behind the team and be happy. said the Frenchman", whose side are sixth, 12 points adrift of fourth-placed Liverpool despite building upon their Europa League win against AC Milan on Thursday.

"We want to have the fans on our side and we do everything to make that happen".

"I don't know how much negativity is out there".

Goalkeeper Petr Cech had a big hand in the upturn in mood at Arsenal yesterday, as the Gunners ended a good week with a 3-0 win over Watford in the English Premier League yesterday.

Earlier this season Watford came from behind to beat Arsenal late in the game with Arsene Wenger turning his attention to a penalty incident as the reason why his side lost the match.

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Deeney was subjected to goading from the Emirates terraces throughout the clash as Arsenal fans made their feeling towards the Watford forward clear from the outset.

Ozil's assist was his eighth of the season in the Premier League and came just a few days after he set up both goals in Arsenal's 2-0 win over AC Milan in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie at the San Siro.

Wenger is encouraged by the way his players have stayed united in a hard time.

"We had a disappointing period and our supporters suffered like we suffered", said Wenger.

"The spirit kept us out of trouble". "We had a nightmare week. There is still some work to do, but overall we are in a good way".

TROY DEENEY'S "cojones" continued to be the hot top of discussion after Watford's 3-0 home defeat to Arsenal.

He had chance to stick it to the Gunners once again when the Hornets were awarded a second half penalty, and with Petr Cech still yet to save a spot kick in his career at Arsenal, spanning nearly three seasons.

It was a moment of sweet vindication for the hosts after the Watford captain questioned the courage of the Gunners last October following the Hornets' win over them at Vicarage Road.

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