"Once again, we had to come back and the team showed it was very well prepared because it could cope with the unpleasant situation", said Cech. "I didn't want him to go", Wenger told Sky Sports.
"Not only as a player, he is a fantastic player, but as well in the group".
"I'm happy the goals we conceded we can work on together".
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists match-winner Olivier Giroud will stay at the club this season. "You know, I must say I opened the door for him at some stage because I know that it's important for him to play".
Brexit deal not 'back door' to staying in EU: Ministers
But many politicians say Britons democratically voted to leave the bloc and it would be wrong to override the decision. The EU has warned that an already-tight timetable could be delayed ahead of a scheduled March 2019 exit.
Google wrestles with aftermath from controversial memo
Volunteers are planning a march on the company offices in nine cities on August 19, according to the March on Google website. Google chief Sundar Pichai said Dimore "crossd the line by advancing harmful gender stereotypes in Google's workplace".
"It is a relief and I believe as well a reminder to the players that they have hurdles on the way and that we can get round it, like tonight so that is quite positive".
"Giroud? He's fantastic", Wenger said of the France worldwide, who usually started on the bench last season and had been linked with a move away from The Emirates.
The England global, who scored twice in the game, watched helplessly as Arsenal came from 3-2 down to grab an incredible 4-3 victory over the Foxes.
But Leicester pulled one back through Shinji Okazaki who scored for the Foxes by outjumping Granit Xhaka to head home Harry Maguire's cutback header for the Foxes' first goal of the season.
"The season started with a attractive game which met all expectations". We had a lot of experienced defenders out injured for the game. They all deserve to play at that level'. "Then we made mistakes and they punished us", Cech said. What the game was, though, is a reminder that beyond the incessant transfer rumours and long, moody shots of Arsene Wenger staring into nothingness awaits the adrenaline rush that only a good game of football can give.
Trump tells China: Probe into trade practices coming
Pyongyang this week threatened to fire missiles near the US territory of Guam during an exchange of bellicose rhetoric with Trump. It wasn't immediately clear how China would react to the move. "If China helps us, I feel a lot different towards trade".
Tech companies lead worst day for stock market since May
Wilmar International slipped 6.4 per cent or 22 cents to $3.20; Hongkong Land lost 2.1 per cent or 16 U.S. cents to US$7.34. The major index futures are now pointing to a modestly higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 21 points.
Chances for Rain, Storms Continue into the Weekend
Friday's temperatures across the west will be in the upper 70s to low 80s, with the Grand Junction area seeing upper 80s. The heavier and more extensive rain areas will move east tomorrow night with some rain lingering overnight.
Gold Inches Toward $1300 Ahead Of Inflation Data
The Nasdaq Composite, meanwhile, was facing its worst week since the one ended December 2, which logged a loss of just over 2%. Investors await the headline U.S.consumer inflation data for July for more clues about future Fed decisions.