Rosicky seems to be getting better every year despite turning 34 recently.
Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has admitted that his team’s performance against Everton on Sunday was a nervy one due to the defeat in the Champions League against Monaco last week.
Arsene Wenger labelled the defending as “suicidal” on Wednesday night and it was evident that the defensive aspect of their game was given paramount importance.
A first-half effort from Olivier Giroud did little to settle the nerves as Arsenal continued to defend in numbers and guard against the counter-attack.
“You could see that the lads were affected by it and the technical level of our game was not there,” Rosicky told Arsenal Player.
“It was difficult as we were affected by the loss to Monaco but you go through disappointments throughout the season, you just have to fight through it.”
Judging by the results throughout the weekend, the three points were vital in the end and Arsenal will be looking to take Man City 2nd spot in the table with four points separating the two.