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'Arsenal way' was more important than points - Cech

'Arsenal way' was more important than points - Cech

Charlie Nicholas believes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is more effective when Alexandre Lacazette is in the Arsenal team.

The win - and Arsenal's first clean sheet of the season - pushes the Gunners up to sixth in the table, while the Toffees stay in 12th place.

Against Everton, coach Unai Emery made a decision to bench French youngster Matteo Guendouzi, who has performed well so far this season, and handed Uruguayan Lucas Torreira, another summer arrival, his first starting for Arsenal in the English Premier League.

In a tweet posted later, Shreeves acknowledged he hadn't clearly heard or understood what Lacazette had actually said.

"When a club win titles, it means you have a team with the knowhow to finish it off and you can see it in any sport", Cech said. But I decided today to start with Lucas.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery reckons that the Premier League is by far the most competitive league competition in World Football. The game took a different start though, and it took Arsenal a while to find a rhythm.

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"It is not important, maybe yes!", Emery said with a grin when asked if he was set to substitute Lacazette.

Emery was also questioned over who he thought was the best player in the world, due to the then upcoming FIFA "The Best" award, which was subsequently won by Luka Modric. I think this is what we lacked since I arrived over the last three years. "We had three, four, five clear chances to score, starting in the first minute with a one-v-one".

NAIJ.com earlier reported that Arsenal number one Petr Cech worked as a linesman after helping the Gunners to beat Newcastle at St James' Park earlier in the weekend.

Replays showed the Gabonese striker to be well offside after Aaron Ramsey's improvised flick pass trickled onto his right boot, but even more incriminating was the sight of linesman Harry Lennard appearing to fist pump in celebration of the offside goal he failed to call.

For Milner, he has played in seven matches (six Premier League and one Champions League), also scoring two goals - one against Paris Saint-Germain in Europe - while assisting twice for his Liverpool teammates.