Arsenal failed to secure a win over Liverpool at the Emirates, as they continue to search for their first home win of the new campaign.
Aaron Ramsey scored in the first half but the goal was ruled out by referee Michael Oliver who thought it was an offside goal and the tie ended in a goalless draw.
However, Petr Cech - who was in fine form - had some positives to take from the game on Monday night.
“Well I would say the positive thing out of this game was the number chances we created in the second half because we made plenty of mistakes in our positions first half and the game was played more in our half which we didn’t want,” said the 34-year-old, as Arsenal.com quoted.
“In the second half we improved that and we played more in the Liverpool half and we created chances. This is something that is positive as we managed to get back into the game after the first half and the thing is to be more efficient and clinical in front of goal to find the winning goal which we could not find today.”
Regarding Arsenal’s Premier League title chances, the Czech international said: “I believe. We didn’t have the start we would like to have but I still believe we have a bunch of players with a lot of quality and some with experience and some young players who are hungry to win trophies and I believe this team has the potential to do well in this league.
“The first three games we have four points but I think there are many things which are positive which we can look forward to in the next games. There is 35 more games to be played and there is plenty of points to win for us. I believe this group is a strong group and we can put together a run and only time will tell what will happen.”