Arsenal vs Watford player ratings: Per Mertesacker stands alone

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Watford climbed into the top four of the Premier League after Tom Cleverley's 92nd-minute goal gave them a 2-1 victory over Arsenal at Vicarage Road on Saturday.

Troy Deeney equalized from the penalty spot after Hector Bellerin fouled Richarlison.

"We can talk and talk and talk".

And yesterday saw Tom Cleverley smash home a 93rd minute victor at home to Arsenal, making the Hornets the first club in Premier League history to score a result-altering goal in or after the 90th minute in 3 consecutive games (via OptaJoe).

"I have seen the penalty now and I respect the decision of the referee", he was reported as saying.

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"I have to watch what I say, but there's a reason for the loss and it wasn't because of one penalty."

". And it came at an absolutely important time for them.

Meanwhile, Hornets captain Deeney hit out at Wenger's post-match comments and said Arsenal were not fearless enough to get the win at Vicarage Road. The Watford captain said that the Gunners lack "cojones", suggesting that he detects a lack of fight and courage from Arsenal whenever he plays against them.

'Well, I'm not one to tell Mr. Wenger about himself, but the reason they lost wasn't due to one penalty. "Since the first day we have worked on that idea, and I pass one idea onto my players".

'I came on and jumped with [Per] Mertesacker, the crowd got up and they all just backed off'.

"For me as a player, I just think "happy days". Thankfully, Robbie Savage didn't get a word in.

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