Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Deeney tells Wenger: 'Arsenal don't have any cojones'

Deeney tells Wenger: 'Arsenal don't have any cojones'

Brazilian starlet Richarlison went down under pressure from Hector Bellerin in the Arsenal box and the referee duly pointed to the penalty spot.

Ozil missed a guilt edged chance in the second half to double his sides lead and has been blamed by Robbie Savage for the defeat. Arsene Wenger felt his side were extremely unlucky and branded the decision "scandalous", but it was the comments of Watford's skipper that will take all the headlines.

"We have to bounce back from our disappointment today because we look like we can make results when we play the game like we did in the first half". A few minutes later, the Hornets equalised from the penalty spot through Troy Deeney, and a stoppage-time victor from Tom Cleverley ensured that they picked up all three points. "It's important, I didn't see a dive or a simulation".

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.

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"Richarlison has suffered the most fouls in the Premier League this season, and people are starting to say he dives". Arsenal are a big team with very good players and a lot of individual quality as well.

"Well, I'm not going to be one to tell Mr Wenger about himself, but there's a reason they lost and it wasn't because of one penalty".

Speaking with BT Sport after the game, Deeney was asked to comment on what he thought of the penalty after Hector Bellerin had stated that it was not a penalty at all.

I have to watch what I say but it's having a bit of cojones, I think the word is, having a bit of nuts.

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