Arsenal were able to secure all the three points on Saturday afternoon after thrashing the bottom placed Newcastle united 2-0. Second half goals from Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinell gave the Gunners a bounce back from the last weekend's defeat against Liverpool.
Arteta's side have now 23 points ahead of entering into top four spot with just 6points off the top spot which is arguably their top objectives as per recent reports.
However, not only Arsenal supporters have celebrated the victory but as well blasted one of their key player who completed only 12 passes and missed a big chance.
Pierre Aubameyang has been blasted by fans on Twitter for being the only one with 25 touches, loosing possession seven times as well four of his five duels.
" He's finished, please sell him" angry Arsenal supporters wrote on their Twitter handle despite the squad winning the game.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you agree with supporters?
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