A video of Cech nearly scoring an own goal as he attempted a pass across the face of his own goal started circulating on Twitter - with Leverkusen's English account getting involved.
Arsenal's task does not get much easier on the pitch as they face a trip to Chelsea this Saturday. "I'm not sure because I am going to decide tomorrow or on Sunday on the first 11, but Ainsley is the player who started the last match against Lazio". "If [in the future] Bernd starts, I believe in him also", said Emery.
'I am very happy with his [Cech's] performance.
He started in goal ahead of £19m summer signing Bernd Leno from Leverkusen. They have different qualities but for us in the way we want to play, they can play'.
Even though the 36-year-old held no fault for either of the Citizens' strikes during City's 2-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium this weekend, the Czech Republic global struggled to implement his new boss' philosophy of playing out from the back on several occasions.
" @Arsenal we share important values which make us a big club not only on the football side".
"After this injury, I tried with Lichtsteiner, who is a player with experience".
"Petr Cech is doing very good".
"You can see at this level that one-v-one is hard to play so you need to use the goalkeeper as a spare man every time you can - that is the role of the goalkeeper".
"We have one plan, we have one process", he said.
"Today, we had a meeting with the players to close all the possibilities to leave or come with more players".