Opinion: 4 things we learnt over the weekend

​Petr Cech should be dropped

It was a hard fought win for Arsenal, where Cardiff came back twice from behind, scoring two of their only shots on target.

Petr cech’s struggle to adapt to the playing out of the back style of Emery is glaring for all to see, case in point, a misplaced pass to a Cardiff player when he actually wanted to make a simple straight pass to his center back. 

This is not the first time this has happened, and Petr Cech is surely not making a case for himself to continue to be Arsenal’s No.1.

Lacazette should start alongside Aubameyang.

Alexandre lacazette has been involved in 10 goals (8 golas, 2 assists) in his last nine starts for Arsenal. 
This particular stat shows why he should always start alongside Aubameyang who was grateful for his back flick and curled in a fantastic strike. Lacazette was impressive all through and scored an absolute belter himself.

Gareth bale and Benzema on the rise
Gareth bale is showing that he is capable of stepping up and he already appears to be liberated and to have an increased sense of importance in the side.

Most importantly, though, for Bale is that to this point he has not suffered with the injuries that have too often plagued his time in the Spanish capital. 

Karim Benzema is also showing he too can step up, scoring four goals already in 3 games (his best ever start in la liga), one goal less than the 5 he scored the whole of last season.
Both men would be integral for Madrid in challenging eternal rivals Barcelona for the La liga.
Wake up call for Tottenham

Tottenham have yet to land a trophy in the four years since Pochettino took charge — even though they are regarded as one of the best teams in England and Europe.

If Tottenham ever want to win the Premier league, they should not treat us to the kind of game they had against Watford. 

Mauricio Pochettino was right in his assessment when he said the players should wake or just forget about the title.

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