Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, Emirates Stadium, London March 11,2018. (Reuters/Tony O'Brien)
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Arsene Wenger claimed Arsenal's spirit has carried them through a traumatic period after Sunday's 3-0 win over Watford eased a little of the pressure on the beleaguered boss.In a moment of sweet vindication, Watford captain Troy Deeney, who had questioned Arsenal's spirit earlier this season, had a second-half penalty saved by Petr Cech.Wenger also saluted Cech, who became the first goalkeeper to keep 200 clean sheets in the Premier League.The subdued atmosphere lent an 'end of an era' feel to the match, but it didn't bother Arsenal, who had a point to prove to Watford captain Deeney.Deeney had infuriated Arsenal by accusing them of a lack of "cojones" after Watford beat Wenger's men in October.There was less assurance about Arsenal towards the end of the half and Cech had to plunge to his left to save Richarlison's header.Mkhitaryan bagged his second goal in successive matches with a low strike that crept under Karnezis in the 77th minute.
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