- Arsenal no.1 shot stopper was spotted drumming as a mode of relaxation
- The goalkeeper enjoyed his visit to the Nordoff Robbins Centre in London
- The Gunners take-on Manchester United on Sunday, May 7
It appears the current position of the Gunners on the English Premier League standings has not gone down well with goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Ahead of Arsenal’s showdown with Manchester United on Sunday, May 7, the team’s goalkeeper was spotted beating the drum as he showed his ability with the sticks.
The 34-year-old shot stopper appeared at the Nordoff Robbins Centre in London where he moved round the refurbished Arsenal Foundation music therapy room.
Obviously the Arsenal goalkeeper enjoyed the every moment at the facility and he went a notch further to express this on social media.
He wrote on Twitter: "Pleasure on behalf of AFC Foundation to visit Nordoff Robbins music therapy centre and spend time with Peter today."
Meanwhile Cech has admitted Tottenham have shown more confidence and quality than the Gunners this campaign, after Spurs' 2-0 victory in the final north London derby at White Hart Lane last Sunday.
NAIJ.com earlier reported how Arsene Wenger’s men lost 2-0 to Tottenham at the White Hart Lane on April 30, a result which rooted the Emirate stadium side six points adrift of the top four.
Arsenal are now 17 points behind the second-placed Spurs, who are sure to finish above their rivals.
"I feel angry and disappointed because obviously this is not a game we wanted to lose," Cech told FourFourTwo after the match.
"This is a very big disappointment for us. With all the emotions, I have to say that we met a team that was full of confidence, well-organised and they are having their best season. I think that showed, that little bit more confidence and quality on their side.
"It hurts because it was a huge game for both teams. They needed to win to keep their title chances alive.
"We needed to win to keep our Champions League finishing position hopes alive and obviously we are very disappointed because it is a north London derby, it means a lot to the fans and it meant a lot to the club, to us. We needed three points and in the end we have none," he concluded.
Cech posted the a video of him drumming in 2014.