Arsenal manager Unai Emery throws a challenge to star forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to maintain his place as the top scorer of the Premier League this season. Aubameyang recently scored a brilliant brace against Tottenham to touch his current tally of 10 goals this season. Since the beginning of this season, the Gunners forward displayed several amazing performances.
The London club is now holding the fourth place of the Premier League table with 30 points in 14 games. They already achieved 9 wins and faced just 2 losses this season, Besides, their star forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now in a great form and scored 12 goals till now in all competitions.
Unai Emery now wants the former Borussia Dortmund star to maintain his position as the top scorer of this season’s Premier League. Besides, the manager also claims that Aubameyang has pretty great scope to further improve this season. The star forward, after his transfer from the German side, played just 13 Premier League games last season and scored 10times.
While talking about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and his current performance, Gunners manager Unai Emery told media that “I want him to continue improving, and his challenge is also collective and individual.” The team will face Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United this Wednesday in the Premier League.
The Arsenal coach also said, “I want his challenge to be that he has the opportunity to be the best scorer in the Premier League.” He then praised the forward and said: “We want to help him achieve this and that is because, if he is scoring, he is helping us.”
Unai Emery said “In the last two matches he has had a very big performance, working and scoring. I want to say to him, ‘Don’t stop, continue with this commitment every match’” and further added “It is also important that he takes confidence from matches like Tottenham. Now is the moment to say to him, ‘Don’t stop’.”
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