Aubameyang reacts to Arsenal’s loss to Tottenham with social media post

Arsenal captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is one man that should be under pressure now.

The Gabon striker’s goals have dried up just after he signed a new deal at the club, a coincidence that doesn’t speak well for his reputation.

Arsenal is struggling for form right now, and their last game against Tottenham provided even more sad tales to tell about their season.

They were beaten 2-0 by their neighbours, and they will have to get a first league win in five matches in the competition when they face Burnley this weekend.

The loss against Spurs has understandably kept the club’s players quiet, but Aubameyang has broken his silence on social media.

The striker is without a goal from open play since the first Premier League game of the season against Fulham. He netted a penalty against Manchester United, and those are the two league goals that he has scored for the club this season.

The frustrated striker posted a picture of himself on Instagram in Arsenal training gear, and he talked about not hiding from responsibility.

He captioned the post: “Don’t hide, Everyday question yourself, work, Never give up!! this is how we do!!”

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4 Comments

  1. Nicolas says:

    If we keep criticise them the AFC teams it will only get worse good players don’t become crap over night,so we have to get behind them and see were it takes us until the transfer window, If any one is to blame it is the board and then Americans were are they when we need them most back our manager and spend some money for god sakes otherwise if they can’t handle it sell to someone who wants to be successful and put some cash in there like for instance Abromovich of Chelsea

  2. Tommogun58 says:

    Auba will come through this, Arsenal is too big a club to be this low in the table there is still a long way to go ,defensively we need tweeking and a replacement for Bellerin a must and the balance between midfield and attack is not there,we are not creative enough or deadly enough in front of goal, I would love to see Jack Grealish in an Arsenal shirt next season and Auba firing on all cylinders again soon.

  3. gunnerforlife says:

    The one good thing is that Auba has owed up to it and it takes some stuff to do that. He is too good a player to have this barren run and I am sure it will end in the next game he plays.

  4. Tony says:

    As Sue said, “Do The Talking On The Pitch”.

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