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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to slam Emirates Stadium seat down throughout Arsenal’s snug Europa League win over Dundalk


Oct 30, 2020
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appears to slam Emirates Stadium seat down during Arsenal’s comfortable Europa League win over Dundalk

As anticipated, Arsenal eased to victory over minnows Dundalk within the Europa League, successful 3-Zero of their group match on the Emirates Stadium.

It was largely a stress-free night for the much-changed Gunners facet, with Eddie Nketiah, Joe Willock and Nicolas Pepe all getting on the scoresheet.

It was a contest Arsenal had been by no means going to lose
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We are saying largely stress-free as a result of there was a second the place Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appeared to lose his cool regardless of the very fact his facet had been three objectives up.

Mikel Arteta’s facet missed the chance to go 4-Zero up on 79 minutes as Kieran Tierney blazed the ball over from the left.

It’s a miss that the supervisor, the followers and anybody related to Arsenal may have already forgotten about, however possibly not Aubameyang.

Shortly after Tierney’s miss, the cameras filmed substitute Aubameyang, who appeared to slam the Emirates Stadium seats down in frustration.

Aubameyang will be seen holding the seat in entrance of him
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Earlier than pushing it ahead
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Was Aubameyang pissed off at Arsenal not going 4-Zero up?
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No matter his causes for throwing the seat down, there’s no doubting Aubameyang will assume he might have accomplished higher than Tierney.

However Arteta will certainly recall one in all his star gamers this weekend as Arsenal tackle Manchester United at Previous Trafford.

The Gunners go into Sunday’s conflict in not notably good type although, having misplaced their final three league matches.

In the meantime, United go into the sport off the again of a vastly spectacular 5-Zero demolition of RB Leipzig within the Champions League, with Marcus Rashford banging in an excellent second-half hat-trick.