Cojones actually translates to something else vaguely chestnut shaped and I am sure you do not need me to tell you what it is.
"It's a scandalous decision but what can we do?" "Well, I'm not going to be one to tell Mr Wenger about himself, but there's a reason they lost and it wasn't because of one penalty".
You know things are bad when Troy Deeney is claiming you lack "cojones".
The Watford striker played an influential role in downing the Gunners at Vicarage Road, scoring a 71st minute penalty to draw the Hornets level after Per Mertesacker had opened the scoring before Tom Cleverley secured all three points with a stoppage time strike.
'Last time I was here I scored a few goals and you get a real buzz but a last-minute victor against Arsenal, it was definitely worth the wait for my goal since I have come back, ' he added. "It's important, I didn't see a dive or a simulation".More news: Actress Rose McGowan Accuses Harvey Weinstein of Rape
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"I believe we had many, many risky situations where we could have scored and we didn't and we panicked a bit at the end". He shouldn't have given the penalty, but you cannot blame him when players think they can get away with diving.
There was a pinball inside the Arsenal penalty area and Tom Cleverley smashes the ball into the roof of the net.
Surprise side Watford have 15 points from eight matches and are enjoying their best start to a top-flight campaign since the late Graham Taylor led them to 16 points from eight games in 1982-83.
Now the 13-cap England worldwide wants another scalp next Saturday as Marco Silva's side travel to champions Chelsea, sitting ahead of the Blues in the table.
'That's what we did really well in the first half, where we regained possession, kept possession, that was really good. "The manager said we were too shy in the first half".