Arsenal's Petr Cech injured during defeat of Watford

Arsenal's Petr Cech injured during defeat of Watford

Arsenal's Petr Cech injured during defeat of Watford

Veteran goalkeeper Cech hobbled off late in the first half at Emirates Stadium after hurting himself in the process of a goal-kick.

Arsenal hosted Watford on Saturday afternoon as they returned to Premier League action.

Arsenal doubled their lead just a few minutes later as Welbeck robbed possession in midfield and the move led to Lacazette crossing for Ozil to sweep home from 8 yards to make it 2-0 and secure another vital three points.

"It was a hard start". We will look at Petr Cech's injury. "I hope it's not too bad", he explained to PLP .

"I like him simply because when he gets in there he will finish and he's somebody that, given a run of games, he will do something because he's not afraid". "They are a very organised team and very competitive, finding their best performance". But Emery also appeared to suggest he understood every player had to maximise his earning potential during what is a short career. "It was a good game but not flawless so we have to watch it again and see where we can improve".

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Arsenal defender Rob Holding has insisted that the Gunners always had the quality up front to win against Watford, once they stood up to the physical tests.

The German goalkeeper had an instant impact, getting down low to tip Troy Deeney's effort wide following a set-piece from the visitors.

It is even said that Ramsey wanted a large pay rise in lieu of the £350,000-a-week deal handed to Mesut Ozil back in February after the play-maker long delayed putting pen-to-paper.

"We are competing well in all the games". Let us know in the comment box below.

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