Lukasz Fabianski has told Arsene Wenger he is ready to put a tricky few months behind him and help shut out Chelsea in Sunday's Premier League showdown at Stamford Bridge.
-"Yes, I was happy [with the penalty save]. Who knows what might have happened had Partizan got back to 3-2. They could have thrown all their players up," Fabianski said after the match.
-"But luckily I saved the penalty and the game was easy to finish. Overall I'm pleased with my performance. Not just some of the saves I made but my reading of the game, coming for the crosses and the way I played with my feet. Every aspect is important to me and in general I am pleased," Fabianski added.
Manuel Almunia was ruled out of Tuesday's win and is a major doubt for Sunday's trip to Chelsea. And Fabianski insists if he is needed again, he will be ready for the challenge. -"'I am ready. I was always ready."
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