Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang singles out Petr Cech after Everton win


Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has revealed that his priorities this season are not a Premier League top four finish this season - but that he wants to bring silverware back to the Emirates in the form of the Europa League.

The England Under-21 global burst into the box only to be stopped by recalled Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech as he looked to round the Gunners captain.

Unai Emery has said he has a two-step plan for improving Arsenal's leaky defence, but admitted the lack of clean sheets is his main "disappointment" as Gunners boss so far.

WITH European football now in full flow, the English Premier League's "Super Sunday" is set to revert to "Europa League catch-up" as the sides that missed out on this season's Champions League adapt to Thursday night trips around the continent.

The Stamford Bridge side have won all five of their opening games in the league, with the club's offensive record nearly doubling from 1.53 to 2.63 goals scored per game and an already impressive defensive tally of just 0.94 goals conceded on average last season, dropping down to 0.75.

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Richarlison dribbled his way towards the edge of the box before unleashing long strike which was thwarted by Petr Cech with 20 minutes into the first half. "I am going to work with them, with Lacazette, with Aubameyang, with Danny [Welbeck], and give them my confidence".

Marco Silva's team have lost their last two matches and have won only one of their six league games this season. I didn't feel like it was going to be at Arsenal then. "We need also to do the mix for each match, changing players to give them minutes and confidence, but thinking about the performance".

'I think we are improving every day and feeling good and better, so when we win it is better for the team.

Asked what he will be looking for against the Toffees, Emery said: "First, the confidence with our defensive players".

"To believe that we were capable of competing with the big sides in the Premier League and not just settling for third or fourth".