- Sun Oct 15 10:30 PM
Arsenal lost their lead and nerve after the German midfielder and Troy Deeney came on with the Watford man saying the Gunners lacked ‘a bit of cojones ’ Tom Cleverley, the eventual match-winner, said Watford had “smelled a little bit of blood” as they took a more muscular approach to Arsenal in t...
- Sat Oct 14 9:44 PM
• Manager says penalty awarded to Richarlison ‘was a creation of the referee’ • Wenger concedes his team also contributed to downfall in Watford’s 2-1 win Arsène Wenger blamed a “scandalous” penalty decision and his own team’s lack of killer instinct for a damaging 2-1 defeat at Watford . Arsenal...
- Sat Oct 14 7:35 PM
’s first league goal for almost four years counted for nothing as Arsenal relinquished the lead and left empty-handed following two second-half goals from Watford. Troy Deeney equalised from the penalty spot – his first goal of the season – before Tom Cleverley
lashed in the winnin...
- Sat Oct 14 4:35 PM
Premier League updates from the 5.30pm BST game at Vicarage Road Introducing our new football notifications on the Guardian app And feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org 4.35pm BST Watford (4-2-3-1) Gomes; Femenia, Mariappa, Britos, Holebas; Doucoure, Kabasele; Pereyra, Cleverley, Richarli...
- Fri Oct 13 4:33 PM
Watford and Arsenal are out of their comfort zones. Marco Silva’s side have not won yet at home and Arsène Wenger’s have not won away from the Emirates. However, it is surely Arsenal that should be more confident, despite in all likelihood missing Alexis Sánchez, of breaking their duck after not...
- Fri Oct 13 10:13 AM
Arsenal didn’t have the happiest Easter in 1986. In the space of a week they lost their manager, lost a north London derby and lost twice to Watford in two days By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog , part of the Guardian Sport Network In this modern world of ours, it seems Arsenal are only ev...