Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was one of the player of interest in yesterday's match between Chelsea and Arsenal. The Gabonese forward was a former Arsenal striker and is currently enjoying his professional football at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea.
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang looked to face his former side for the first time since leaving the club in yesterday's match. Chelsea and Arsenal are arguably the best teams in London. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang looked to help Chelsea secure victory against his former side.
However, the game ended in a one nill win for the Gunners. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang had little impact for his team Chelsea. According to recent reports, the Gabonese striker had only managed eight touches of the ball at the time of his withdrawal from the pitch as you can see in the link below.
This shows that Aubameyang caused little "threat" to Arsenal during yesterday's match. Aubameyang is one of the best forwards in the world and his lack of influence in yesterday's match for Chelsea was helpful to their oppositions, Arsenal. Do you agree, kindly share your opinion in the comments section below and please follow this account for more updates. Also, share this unique article across all the different social media pages and remember to keep safe. Thanks and may God bless you.
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