Wenger's men welcome AC Milan to the Emirates on Thursday, with a 2-0 lead to protect.
The Gunners were able to end their three-game losing streak in the Premier League with a 3-0 victory over Watford on Saturday, and Deeney missed a penalty - to the delight of Arsenal fans and Bellerin.
Regardless, Arsenal players are calling for change, first of all with the return of all time record goalscorer Henry, who is now in a coaching role with the Belgium national team.
The stop also helped Cech finally reach 200 clean sheets, having conceded at least one goal in each of his last 11 matches, becoming the first Premier League goalkeeper to reach the marker.
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Just a minute later, Watford were awarded a penalty after an Ainsley Maitland-Niles error that could've got the guests back in the game. "Because I want our fans to behind the team and be happy".
But the pair combined brilliantly for Arsenal's second goal with Aubameyang rounding the keeper to score after a defence-splitting pass. I wanted to preserve some players, like Koscielny, who has a little calf problem.
A brilliant free-kick from Mesut Ozil found the defender unmarked in the penalty area and the later headed the ball home to give Arsenal the lead.
"It was an open game but in Milan we moved the ball very quickly and again today but we lacked a bit of freshness today". For all of the recent turbulence of the club that many attribute to the stubbornness of Wenger, to win 700 games for one club is an astounding achievement that should be praised. "We had a nightmare week, and so overall we still have some work to do, but we are in a good way".