Unai Emery More Focused On Results Than Arsene Wenger - Petr Cech

Unai Emery More Focused On Results Than Arsene Wenger - Petr Cech

Unai Emery More Focused On Results Than Arsene Wenger - Petr Cech

The Gunners duo both scored as Arsenal eased to a 2-0 win over Everton at the Emirates today.

"But now, they are very competitive for the position, and Petr Cech for us is also very important".

While Arsenal continue to build under Emery, Marco Silva's start to life at Goodison Park remains a slow one.

The visitors dominated the first half, with Cech forced to make a number of decent stops to keep out the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Lucas Digne and Richarlison - who looked sharp on his return from suspension. Even the sight of under-fire goalkeeper Petr Cech chipping the ball over an onrushing forward to find a teammate. "He is putting in the performance that we want, and today he showed us he is very good". "We have very healthy competition and we are actually taking the benefit of it". "But Bernd Leno is a young goalkeeper and he has a big future here".

Arsenal defender Rob Holding says the players know there's a "chemistry" between Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Arsenal are up to sixth place in the Premier League, a welcome sight after the gloom that followed their two-game losing streak at the start of Emery's reign. I'm surprised there are a lot of questions about Cech, because in the pre-season and in the first matches with us he played well.

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Asked if he was intending to substitute Lacazette, the Arsenal head coach replied: "I don't think it's important, but maybe yes!"

Cech's heroics laid the foundation for Arsenal's burst of two goals in three minutes, but it might have been different if Emery had been quicker with a planned substitution.

"When I was there we defended as a team".

"We spoke in the dressing room [at half-time] about stopping their [Everton's] attacking moments with better positioning on the pitch and also individually, helping each other and pushing more in the 45 minutes of the second half", he said.

First half presented a handful of opportunities for Everton, who failed to score, as referee blew the half time whistle.

"It's clear the second goal is offside".

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