Ray Parlour states his prediction for Arsenal v Watford

Ray Parlour states his prediction for Arsenal v Watford

Ray Parlour states his prediction for Arsenal v Watford

Arsenal ended a run of three successive Premier League defeats with a morale-boosting 3-0 victory over Watford at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

The result leaves the Gunners sixth, 10 points behind fourth-placed Tottenham in the final Champions League spot.

"Maybe the world has changed as well", Wenger added.

"These things come always a little bit in but for how much I don't know".

Mustafi, 25, put the Gunners ahead after six minutes, heading home unopposed from Mesut Ozil's free-kick to ease any fears within the ground.

They attacked well in the first half, and an eager Ozil looked frustrated at times as he failed to make anything of a couple of decent chances, at times hindered by the quality of passing from his team-mates.

Goals from Shkodran Mustafi, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ensured it was a comfortable afternoon but it could have been slightly more problematic had Troy Deeney converted his penalty.

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However, a penalty was conceded just after the goal when Roberto Pereyra was brought down.

Cech's save from Deeney was the first penalty he has saved in an Arsenal shirt on his 16th attempt.

Unprompted, his manager said in the post-match press conference: "What Petr Cech has done - 200 clean sheets - that's remarkable and on top of that he saved a penalty today".

On the hour mark, Mkhitaryan played a defence-splitting through ball for Aubameyang to round Karnezis and slot home.

"His situation shows what football is like".

"A record like that needs a lot of motivation and a huge level of intelligence because you don't last that long in the game if you're not intelligent".

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