​Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech came in for some criticism from his own fans after his blunder helped Swansea earn a 3-1 on Tuesday night.

Cech's miskick allowed Jordan Ayew to put the Swans 2-1 ahead in the game in what was a dismal night for the Gunners, who are now eight points off a Champions League place.

​The Sun reported that the former Chelsea goalkeeper tweeted an apology to Arsenal fans following his error, although it's safe to say they were not in a forgiving mood. 


Cech however wasn't the only Arsenal player who came in for criticism from the Arsenal faithful, as Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka was singled out by fans for a poor performance at the Liberty Stadium.

Xhaka has failed to win over the Arsenal fans since his £34m move from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016, with the 25-year-old receiving a similar lambasting to that of Arsenal's goalkeeper reports ​The Sun


Despite the defeat in Wales, there has been more positive news at the Emirates Stadium this transfer deadline day, as the club announced ​the signing of Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and ​reports of Mesut Ozil renewing his contract with the North London side, while ​Olivier Giroud looks set to be leaving Arsene Wenger's side by the end of the window.