Gabon striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has been the king and man to watch at London club Arsenal ever since he joined them.However after their recent poor start to the new premier league season,he was nowhere to be seen and help the team hence the emergence of a new king.Newly signed defender Takehiro Tomiyasu has ascended to the throne and helped the gunners get on the way back to the top.After Takehiro joined,he has been able to keep three clean sheets for Arsenal out of the possible four he has played in.The Japanese is yet to be dribbled past by ang premier league opponent.During their weekend clash with Tottenham,he had the most touches that is 67 and made more ball recoveries than any other Arsenal player.His incredible performances since he joined have seen the gunners go from position 20 to now 10 with nine points.If Arsenal are to do well this season then it will be upto their new king Takehiro and not Abumeyang as it was before.
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