Arsenal's manager Mikel Arteta has said that Lacazette's hamstring injury will be scanned on Tuesday to see the extend of time that the Frenchman will be out of the squad.
Alexander Lacazette was forced out of the pitch on Sunday during the English Premier League clash against Fullham at Emirate Stadium. The Frenchman got a hamstring that forced him to be replaced by Eddie Nketiah in the 70th minutes. Alaxender Lacazette has been his best form before the injury. The Gunners goalscoring machine has netted 17 goals across all the competitions.
Lacazette's injury looms in at a critical time for the Gunners.Arsenal's captain Elmerik Aubameyang has not yet recovered from malaria Lacazette was the best replacement as a team captain. Arteta's squad is also missing their left back Kieran Tierney who is out for an injury.
Arsenal squad is at risk of missing the Frenchman in the Europa League semi finals against Villarreal on Thursday. Arsenal has now remained with Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah as the forwards to secure goals for the Gunners.
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