first_imgEmery’s side suffered an embarrassing defeat (Picture: Getty)‘Yesterday it was one of those games where if we played for another couple of hours probably we wouldn’t have scored,AdvertisementAdvertisement‘But there are games in football like that. You try, you play, the goal does not arrive and you have to go home with the result you don’t want but you have to pick yourself up and be ready for the second leg.‘This is the advantage of playing two-legged ties – when one game goes wrong you can always make up for it.‘We didn’t take our chances. In the first-half in particular we played well and created enough chances to go ahead in the game but unfortunately we didn’t take our chances and then we conceded in the last minute of the first half which obviously gave them a lot of confidence and belief.‘We wanted to score goals and win to put ourselves in a good position. We’ve left it more tricky for ourselves and we need to win at home’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalLacazette’s red card means Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is set to start up front in the return leg at the Emirates next Thursday.The Gabon international started on the bench in Belarus but came on towards the end of the defeat.MORE: Paul Merson questions Arsenal over Mesut Ozil: ‘Are they forcing him into retirement?’ Advertisement Comment Arsenal could have ‘played for hours’ without scoring against BATE Borisov, says Petr Cech Sean KearnsFriday 15 Feb 2019 5:04 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link330Shares Petr Cech was angry after Arsenal’s defeat to BATE Borisov (Picture: Getty)Petr Cech has blamed Arsenal’s attackers for the Gunners’ defeat to BATE Borisov and says the club could have played for ‘hours’ longer without scoring in Belarus.Unai Emery’s men collapsed to a 1-0 defeat in their last-32 first leg tie in Minsk, with Martin Keown describing it as the ‘worst performance we’ve seen’ under the Spaniard.Henrikh Mkhitaryan missed a simple chance to put the Gunners ahead within 90 seconds in Belarus, while Alexandre Lacazette – who was sent off late on – also missed with an easy header.And Cech, who is set to retire at the end of the season, says the Gunners’ forwards were nowhere near their best against BATE.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgCincinnati, Oh. — A South Ripley High School student saved a customer’s life by administering CPR on his second day working at a Cincinnati area fast food restaurant.Austin Goddard was clearing tables when he noticed a customer having a medical emergency. After other patrons asked if anyone knew CPR he immediately took charge. The customer was treated by paramedics and transported to a hospital for treatment and is recovering.Days after the event members of the customer’s family returned to the store to thank Austin and show him a picture of the man he saved in a much healthier condition.South Ripley School Corporation superintendent Rob Moorhead said all 10th graders receive CPR instruction during health class. He praised the efforts of Marlin Kohlmeier, teacher and school resource officer Jeff Thielking.Austin will be a junior at South Ripley High School this year.last_img read more