Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is the first player to score 2+ goals in an FA Cup match against Man City since Wayne Rooney for Manchester United in January 2012.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the fourth Arsenal player to score a competitive brace at Wembley Stadium, after Reg Lewis (1950 FA Cup final), Charlie Nicholas (1987 League Cup final) and Alexis Sánchez (2015 FA Cup semi-final).
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 66 goals in all competitions for Arsenal; since his debut for the club in February 2018, the only Premier League player with more in this period is Mohamed Salah (68)
2015-16 - 39 goals in 49 games
2016-17 - 40 goals in 46 games
2017-18 - 31 goals in 38 games
2018-19 - 31 goals in 51 games
2019-20 - 25* goals in 41 games
In the last five seasons, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 166 goals in 225 games.
There were 18 passes made in the build-up to Arsenal's opener in this game, with 10 of their 11 players being involved in the move for Aubameyang's goal
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his 1st goal v Man City in his 7th appearance against them - the only team he had played more in his career without scoring is Marseille (10 games).
Goal involvements 2019-20 all competitions
16 Saka & Lacazette
6 Nelson & Willock
4 Ozil, Ceballos & Nketiah
1) Auba is unstoppable. Dude loves to score and enjoys scoring goals for fun. Wishing him a three years contract and trophies
2) Renew his contract during HT
3) Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. His name fits his style of play. Gunman. Literally the glue holding this Arsenal team together
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