Finally Arsenal fans can land a smile on their faces. None of them left their seat for a celebration since the season begun but today they can rub off the bad memories courtesy of captain Pierre Aubameyang.
Though not in a Premier League match, this goal came against Wesbromich Albion in the Carabao cup tournament match. A match that saw most Arsenal main stars benched for preservation to play Manchester City on Saturday. The Gabonian's first goal of the game came at the 17th minute, scored a second in the 44' and provided an assist that Pepe converted to make 3-0 at first half.
This is the first game Aubameyang has started in the first team. Rumors have it that Arsenal are willing to release the 32-year old centre forward when a perfect bid comes through.
However, the long wait keeps extended in the EPL title until the Gunners net their fast goal of the season. This could be the worst ever season for Arsenal fans as they get blows all over social media. Could they be lucky to pick atleast the first point and a goal over Man City at the Etihad? We wait and see.
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