Aubameyang breaks the curse

The Gabonese, who has not forgotten how to score goals, returned, and did so to confirm Arsenal's streak of five consecutive games without losing.

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His was beginning to be a case worth study. From fighting for the top scorer season after season to scoring just three goals in the first round of the Premier League. The last one, by the way, a month ago. But Aubameyang, who has not forgotten how to score goals, came back, and did so to confirm Arsenal's streak of five consecutive games without losing in the league with a double. In total, 13 points that take the Gunners away from the abyss of descent and allow them to settle more calmly in the middle of the table. The victory, moreover, was not only solid, but also left the appearance of the adolescent Smith Rowe in the form of assistance for another young man, Bukayo Saka, who sentenced the match.

If at the end of 2020 everything seemed bad news for Mikel Arteta, who can already breathe easy in his position, 2021 seems to be loaded with positive things for his people. To the appearance of the youngsters and the recovery of Aubameyang, who scored the best he knows, in speed and perfectly defining a heads up, joins the incorporation of Thomas Partey after his physical problems. With matches like today's, you can see, and a lot, the jump in quality that Arteta referred to when he spoke of the importance of the former Atlético de Madrid.

Aubameyang himself would sentence the match after a center from Cedric so far over the line that the VAR had to confirm that the ball was still in the field when the Portuguese put the ball in the heart of the area. The distance is so millimetric that, almost invaluable to the human eye, it is difficult to judge with certainty whether or not that ball made it out.



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