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Esther Moore
March 12, 2018

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has talked up the spirit of his players after earning a "convincing" 3-0 win over Watford at the Emirates Stadium.

Ultimately, it was the Gunners who were smiling following their 3-0 victory, but arguably the loudest roar of the afternoon from the home faithful came when the Hornets skipper saw his second-half penalty saved by Petr Cech.

There was to be no late dramas for Wenger and his players to contend with as they now look forward to completing the job against Milan on Thursday and progressing into the last eight of the Europa League. "I thought we had a very good first half".

Two goals from Kenedy, on loan from Chelsea, and a Matt Ritchie strike were enough for a second successive Premier League home win for Rafael Benitez's side.West Bromwich Albion's woes continued as they slipped to a 4-1 home defeat by Leicester City.

"I wanted to absolutely win this game, it was hard, but it gets us out of that negative spirit that we were in".

"Our job is to perform, to stick together in hard moments and to get the fans back on our side again".

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Aubameyang then rounded Watford stopper Orestis Karnezis and clipped into the net in the 59th minute before Deeney had a chance to get Watford back in the game from the penalty spot, only to see Petr Cech save his attempt. The North Londoners looked nearly unrecognisable from their game against Brighton last week, but they'll have a long way to go before they're back in their fans' good books, and their inconsistency will no doubt be the cause of much frustration. The way they responded to a disappointing week, is absolutely remarkable.

Watford captain Deeney questioned Arsenal's attitude after his penalty helped Watford come from behind to beat the Gunners in the reverse fixture in October, but this time the visitors were eventually well-beaten. It shows a huge level of motivation and intelligence, and he shows plenty of that.

And the Spaniard refused to contemplate whether Deeney regretted his comments.

"I always believe in the work I'm doing every day and I knew one day it was going to turn".

And Wenger made a point of mentioning the incident after the match saying: "I wanted to win this game".

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