Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted his worry over the amount of empty seats on show during his side's 3-0 win over Watford at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday but pledged to win the fans' support back.
Watford took off Femenia and replaced him with Will Hughes, and moments later Arsenal could have had a penalty when Adrian Mariappa clattered Mkhitaryan as he crossed but the referee waved play on as the ball just eluded Aubameyang in the middle.
"It's been a while and I have to say that it's never happened that I've had to wait for 11 games for a clean sheet".
The striker was the target of yet more gleeful goading from the Arsenal faithful when Mkhitaryan made sure of the three points with 13 minutes left to play, Karnezis failing to adjust in time to deal with the Armenian's strike. "I believe I got this far through my work ethic". It is quite fortunate that it was against Deeney. "Fantastic motivation, fantastic desire and remarkable intelligence".
Despite being unable to develop a relationship with his new team-mates in every game, Aubameyang is clearly benefiting from playing alongside Henrikh Mkhitaryan - with the former Dortmund pair reunited in north London. 432 Premier League appearances Years Active: 2004-present Clubs: Chelsea, Arsenal Having recently accepted blame for Arsenal's loss against Brighton, Petr.
"It's an unbelievable personal milestone, obviously", Cech said of his 200th clean sheet on Sky Sports.
Sunday's goal was Aubameyang's third in five Premier League outings with Arsenal and he celebrated with his now customary somersault.
Ray Parlour still doesn't expect Arsene Wenger to be at Arsenal next season. "It gets us out of this negative spiral a little bit". That kept us out of trouble.
"I selected my team to have the chance to win the game and also rest some players I did not want to get injured".
For now, all Wenger can do is focus on leading Arsenal on a long winning run, starting with protecting a 2-0 lead when AC Milan visit the Emirates in the Europa League last 16, second leg on Thursday.
Watford play in the Premier League next Saturday with a trip to Liverpool (17:30 GMT).