Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 'I am here because of Arsene Wenger'

Esther Moore
March 15, 2018

"I am really happy for the boss because I am here because of him".

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is anxious by an apparent dip in attendance at the Emirates stadium in recent weeks but said he is confident the team will do "absolutely everything" to win back their fans.

Despite that win in midweek, Arsenal fans demonstrated their apathy towards the team, with thousands of empty seats on show at the Emirates stadium on Sunday.

"We took only 18 games to get nine clean sheets at the start of the season to reach the 199 and we had to wait 11 games [to get to 200], which is sometimes frustrating".

Wenger's side are back in action on Thursday, March 15 night (8.05pm) as they host AC Milan in the Europa League.

Arsenal were clearly motivated by the comments of Watford's Troy Deeney after the reverse fixture five months ago, referring to the team's lack of "cojones", and Wenger was clearly satisfied with his team's response of a win and a clean sheet, Petr Cech's 200th in the Premier League.

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"I can't play every three days, and that is frustrating". But after what happened in that week, I understand a bit.

So it was unsurprising that Petr Cech saving Deeney's penalty on Sunday earned the biggest cheer of the day at the Emirates.

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"He had to wait a while to save a penalty first of all", said Wenger after Cech's first spot-kick save since 2011.

Cech registered his 200th Premier League clean sheet, the first goalkeeper to achieve this feat in the competition's history. "We feel the confidence is back".

The goal took Arsenal's all-time Premier League scoring tally, home and away, to 1,751 strikes, although the north London giants are still over 150 goals shy of rivals Manchester United, who top that table with 1,914 goals. "Both teams created many chances".

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