Following their thrilling win against Espanyol yesterday, Barcelona have been confirmed the Spanish Laliga champions with few matches left to play.
There have been wild celebrations in the City of Barcelona since then and there is a particular aspect in which the Culers have done what is least experienced from teams who have been in title-winning positions like this.
This is how they include their former player, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in their celebration attires, from their posts on social media to the trophy celebration wears the club have made.
For a player who have been sold to other club (Chelsea) and who didn't partook highly in their activities this season, many people don't expect him to be mentioned, but the Xavi Hernandez side has done well with their latest act concerning the Gabon international. Though, he is facing tough moments at Chelsea currently looking at the fact that he is not getting enough playing minutes, this recognition of him by Barcelona will definitely be one of the best things to happen to him this season.
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