Arteta mentions two reasons why Aubameyang is scoring
By Alex7282 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2 views
Aubameyang has scored in three matches of his last four games. Prior to his goals against Leed United where he scored his first hat-trick for Arsenal he had failed to score consistently for his club who beckon on him for goal.
Aubameyang failed to thwart Manchester City defence last Sunday but he proved his worth against stubborn Benfica on Thursday evening in Europa League.
Arsenal had already played 1-1 draw in the first leg at Emirate last week but scored three goals in Benfica home yesterday. Aubameyang, Saka, Xhaka and Tierney were the players who engined a win for Arsenal but Aubameyang was the hero.
Aubameyang's goal sense was lost not until recently when the African start to fire in again. What has changed in Aubameyang's ball? Why is he scoring now? The answers to these questions are what Arteta summed up thus:
Arteta said of Aubameyang: "He is getting into much better positions, his rhythm during the games is much better with and without the ball, his movement.
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