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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang laughs off Jamie Redknapp’s declare he’s ‘previous his greatest’ as Arsenal star nets twice in Europa League victory


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang responded on Instagram to claims made by Jamie Redknapp that he’s ‘previous it’ and has ‘misplaced his superpowers’.

The Arsenal ahead did his speaking on the pitch and netted two essential objectives as his facet beat Benfica to succeed in the last-16 of the Europa League on Thursday night.

Aubameyang scored twice to see Arsenal by to the last-16
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Aubameyang has not been at his greatest for giant components of this season, scoring simply 3 times within the first 16 video games of the Premier League marketing campaign.

He returned after an absence, for household causes, to hit a hat-trick towards Leeds – however that led to the feedback by former Liverpool and Tottenham midfielder Redknapp.

“Aubameyang is previous his greatest,” he mentioned. “He’s going to have moments; he’s going to get hat-tricks.

“However after I watch him generally, it’s like he’s misplaced his superpower.

“I noticed him run previous folks when he first got here to the Premier League. I noticed him run previous folks at Dortmund.

“Now I’m seeing a participant who seems to be like he’s going to get bullied.”

Aubameyang shared a publish on Instagram after Arsenal beat Benfica, as he laughed off Redknapp’s feedback utilizing a crying emoji over a screenshot of the article.

Aubameyang responded to Redknapp on Instagram
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Supervisor Mikel Arteta had addressed the feedback made by the now Sky Sports activities pundit earlier than their Europa League recreation.

“I don’t know I didn’t see these feedback I heard about them,” mentioned Arteta.

“I’m right here to help each single participant within the squad within the squad and on a regular basis give them the very best recommendation, play them of their qualities and once they have troublesome keep proper behind them. That’s what we’ve tried with Auba.”



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