He had a great match, it was his nine saves that kept Arsenal in the game for as long as possible, but it simply wasn’t enough. The Gunners lost at White Heart Lane, and Petr Cech could do nothing but admit Tottenham’s superiority.
I feel angry and disappointed because obviously this is not a game we wanted to lose. This is a very big disappointment for us. With all the emotions, I have to say that we met a team that was full of confidence, well organised and they are having their best season. I think that showed, that little bit of more confidence and quality on their side
the Arsenal goalkeeper told reporters, making no effort to hide his disappointment.
It hurts because it was a huge game for both teams. They needed to win to keep their title chances alive. We needed to win to keep our Champions League finishing position hopes alive and obviously we are very disappointed because it is a north London derby, it means a lot to the fans and it meant a lot to the club, to us. We needed three points and in the end we have none
Cech added. Arsenal remain sixth in the Premier League table, five points behind Manchester United and six from fourth-placed Manchester City, but have a game in hand.