Troy Deeney trolling Hecor Bellerin won't go down well at Arsenal

Lynette Rowe
October 16, 2017

Troy Deeney didn't hold back when assessing why Arsenal lost to his Watford team on Saturday evening, saying their lack of "cojones", rather than a contentious penalty decision, cost them.

Mertesacker said his team were wasteful in possession against Watford.

An incredible stat has today been brought to light by Twitter statisticians OptaJoe, after Watford secured a crucial result via yet another injury-time goal.

Now the 13-cap England worldwide wants another scalp next Saturday as Marco Silva's side travel to champions Chelsea, sitting ahead of the Blues in the table. The north London-based club are already nine points behind league leaders Manchester City. I nodded it down, the crowd got up - "yeah we've got somebody who can win it" - and they all just backed off.

Cleverley's last Watford goal came during a loan spell from United in March 2010, a strike against Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship, and the 28-year-old was delighted to end that run.

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Cojones actually translates to something else vaguely chestnut shaped and I am sure you do not need me to tell you what it is.

The Hornets have collected 15 points from eight matches and are enjoying their best start to a top-flight campaign since Graham Taylor led them to 16 from eight games in 1982-83.

The Gunners are now sixth in the table and are still yet to win on the road, with a trip to Everton awaiting next weekend.

Captain Per Mertesacker capped his return to the starting lineup in the league with a first-half goal and things looked rosy for Arsenal.

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