Published: Thu, August 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Petr Cech calls Bayer Leverkusen 'sad' after Tweet

Petr Cech calls Bayer Leverkusen 'sad' after Tweet

Petr Cech and Bernd Leno are competing for the goalkeeping spot at Arsenal.

'For Saturday, the decision for me is easy, ' said Emery.

Emery's side surrendered the ball all too easily when attempting to play out from the back, leading to ironic cheers when goalkeeper Petr Cech - who nearly scored a comical own goal - finally punted the ball high up the field.

"They are two goalkeepers important for us. If [in future] Bernd starts, I believe in him also".

How often have we seen him stay motionless as a ball flies past Petr Cech from the area he was supposed to be defending?

However, Nacho Monreal should be ready to start after taking part in full training all week, while Emery said continuing with right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner - who replaced Maitland-Niles - is also an option.

"They have different qualities but for us in the way we want to play, they can both play".

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He may get his best opportunities to learn alongside Torreira against those sides in the top half of the table, who will test Arsenal and apply pressure but not to a level where the Gunners are pinned under like they were against Man City.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is 8/5 (2.60) to score having led the line against Manchester City last time out but Alexandre Lacazette impressed from the substitutes bench. I believe in our team, I believe in our players.

"We are continuing this work and against Chelsea we are going to analyse the opposition".

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will take charge of his first home game after leading the Blues to a 3-0 win at Huddersfield last Saturday.

"This is the start, we need to do one process, one way".

"I want us to continue that and be competitive in 90 minutes and produce a better performance that Sunday".

"Hi Petr. It seems our joke about wanting to see Leno, our former player, in action has been taken a bit more harshly/personally than intended", Leverkusen posted on Twitter.

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