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The striker did what he does best as he fired the Gunners to victory over Aston Villa.
It was a moment to savour for Arsenal’s supporters.
On an afternoon where it looked like the Gunners could come away with nothing, Unai Emery’s star man stepped up to drag the north London side out of the doldrums.
It looked like being Aston Villa’s afternoon after Arsenal twice fell behind, but you can always rely on your talisman to get you out of jail.
Of course, we’re talking about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Many would argue that the Gunners didn’t deserve anything out of the game, but with the star striker standing over the free-kick, you’d be a fool not to back him to put it away.
The Emirates was a jubilant scene when the ball nestled in the back of the net and Aubameyang was joined by his Arsenal teammates in red and white and they celebrated with the fans.
But it wasn’t just the eleven players on the pitch who joined in the celebrations.
Alongside the selected players was an Arsenal substitute who couldn’t restrain himself from running down the touchline to join his teammates in celebration.
We’d love to know for definite who it was, but one thing we do know is that they were very excited with that goal.