Presently, Arsenal have about 25 senior players at their disposal. Some are on injury while some are kicking the ball hard to make sure that the club reach its promise land.
It is obvious that Arsenal are united and highly spirited despite their ups and downs. Yesterday's match against Benfica proved that Arsenal are mentally strong. However, which player will you say is creating the right rhymes for Arsenal?
Well, Lacazette isn't a bad player but Arteta will always prefer to play Aubameyang more than him. Aubameyang led the line for Arsenal yesterday and he never disappointed as he put in a late goal to silent Benfica. It was Aubameyang's night and his boss has continued to praise him for turning things around for the club.
Dani Ceballos committed two errors which led to Benfica's two goals but Aubameyang was responsible enough to orchestra a win for the Gunners. Arteta has praised him tremendously.
"The week before when we played Benfica, he had three big chances and I am not worried about him missing them because I know if he gets in those positions, he is going to be scoring consistently so this is what he has to demand of himself. If we have Auba at his best, as a team we obviously have a much better chance to be successful."
Arsenal will face Olympiacos in the next round.
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