Arsenal goalkeeper, Petr Cech is happy with the three points we got at Burnley yesterday. He is so happy he doesn’t even want to associate himself with the discussion on who scored the goal.
Speaking to the Arsenal Official website, Cech hailed the three points were vital and claimed they were probably deserved.
“This is the best way to mark his [Arsene Wenger] anniversary, with the win and a resilient performance,” Cech said. “Burnley were brilliant and it was a very tough game.
“Whoever touched it [the ball for the goal], I don’t really care! These are a vital three points.
“It was a very difficult away game and we answered well to the way the game was played and we are obviously very pleased with three points.
“It’s always good when you score in the last 20 or 30 seconds. I have to say that we probably deserved it because we put huge pressure on them and we kept going.”
Laurent Koscielny’s late controversial goal gave Arsenal the win against a very stubborn Burnley team who defended wonderfully well. Burnley were unlucky not to get a goal of their own after Petr Cech saved from Gudmundsson and Michael Keane’s header struck the bar.
The win took Arsenal back to third on the log – 2 points behind Manchester City whose unbeaten run was halted by Spurs.