I do agree that Arsenal were a bit unlucky against Watford, although you cannot deny that we were also pretty poor, especially in the first half. The free kick for the opening goal was highly debatable and then it took a big deflection when Petr Cech would have saved it.
The visitors also had the luck of the bounce in the build up to their second, as the ball ricocheted perfectly to Deeney instead of the many Arsenal players in the area to defend. That is not the only bad luck we have had by any means, with offside decisions, penalties for and against and more.
It is even more frustrating when you see our main title rivals Chelsea having things go their way, but I do not want to use this as an excuse for what looks to be another season of Premier League failure. In my opinion Arsenal should be able to deal with at least some bad luck, but we just seem too vulnerable to any setback.
Is that because the years of not managing to win or even get close to the EPL trophy have given Arsene Wenger and the players an inferiority complex or too much acceptance of a negative outcome? Maybe, but what is clear is that we need to be able to cope a little better with any adversity that comes our way.
Until we do, can you see the Gunners ever finishing as champions of England?