Arsenal 3-0 Watford: Gunners player ratings as they cruise to victory

Arsenal 3-0 Watford: Gunners player ratings as they cruise to victory

Arsenal 3-0 Watford: Gunners player ratings as they cruise to victory

Arsenal are sixth in the table with 48 points, 12 behind the last Champions League qualifying spot. I am convinced that is a good basis for the team on the spirit front and overall I am very happy with the spirit of the players. There's a lot of negativity.

"The highlights were Petr Cech saving the penalty", before he added: "You can not be a sportsman without pride".

"He had the chance to score the penalty, he didn't do it, but I don't know in this moment what he's thinking about".

'It gets us out a little bit of that negative spiral we were in, ' said the Frenchman, whose side have now won two successive games. We need some more games. "I don't know how much but of course it plays a part".

The sparse crowd at the Emirates was not so good, however, as Arsenal fans voted with their feet.

Despite Wenger's defiance, he admitted the no-show by fans is concerning. We are in a job where we have to get the fans on our side and do absolutely everything to do it, to achieve it.

Arsenal's final match before the two-week global break comes in the Europa League on Thursday night, as they welcome AC Milan to North London for the second leg of their last-16 tie.

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Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan each contributed a goal and an assist after Shkodran Mustafi's header had given the Gunners an early lead in a clinical attacking display at the Emirates Stadium in London.

Aubameyang's goal came after he latched onto the Armenian's through ball.

Just a minute later, Watford were awarded a penalty after an Ainsley Maitland-Niles error that could've got the guests back in the game.

Deeney's effort was saved, however, by goalkeeper Petr Cech - and Bellerin took to Twitter after the match to ensure that he had the last laugh.

Arsenal piled on Watford's misery as Mkhitaryan scored his team's third goal in the 77th minute.

Cech kept 162 of his clean sheets for Chelsea, while 38 have come since his move to Arsenal, and manager Arsene Wenger hailed his goalkeeper's achievement.

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