Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his 25th Premier League goal for Arsenal this week, making him the fastest player to reach that total in the club’s history.

As we all hope he might add to that tally when we face Man City at the Etihad today, let’s have a look back at all those goals.

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Vince
Vince

One of the most underrated players in the EPL in my opinion. People talk of Salah, Kane, Aguero, Hazard, etc but Auba is pure class AND consistent. To me is the best finisher in the EPL. Maybe his all round game isn’t the best but he’s a predator with predatory instincts. Hopefully he grabs one today and we nick it 1-nil at Man Shitty

viennagunner
viennagunner

can’t agree. he scores consistently, but he misses lots of chances and his overall game – well, he mainly scores goals. by all means i’m glad we have him and i’m happy with his contribution, he’s doing well, but i think lacazette’s the more unrecognized one.

Red-Sky
Red-Sky

Aubatabinyang.
Class striker, we’re still waiting for him to hit 100% , his not there yet, and we’re not helping him. Having problems with creativity and lack of width with absence of any quality wingers. All the creative burden is on the full backs or the strikers themselves.

Runzac
Runzac

Quite a few with Bellerin somehow involved – his injury is a real blow. Our wingbacks are a real threat.

Hantal
Hantal

The only problem with Auba is that he still misses too many easy chances, if he can start converting some of the easier ones we’ll be flying

Anonymarse
Anonymarse

Best striker we’ve had for some time, and we have Laca too. Not too shabby.

Twatsloch
Twatsloch

I agree. We are well stocked in attack now. I still miss Giroud though and we need a replacement for Wellbeck come the summer.

Red-Wing
Red-Wing

We bought him to score goals and that’s exactly what he does. He scored 25 in 37 appearances if I’m not mistaken which is class.

Sure, he’s missed some sitters but he’s mostly been a bright light in these pretty dark times.

allezkev
allezkev

I know that football didn’t exist before 1992/93 and that there’s no doubting the marvellous achievement of Aubameyang, but I think it’s worth noting the Ted Drake scored 25 league goals off of only 16 games, whilst wearing hob nailed boots and playing on a ploughed field kicking and heading a medicine ball.

Vince
Vince

That’s why he is and forever will be an Arsenal legend, but we’re talking about the present era. If Auba can replicate this kind of form for a few more years he could well become a future legend. The downside is that he is turning 30, hence not a lot more years still left playing at the highest level

allezkev
allezkev

Yes, I know that, fair comment, but it just irritates me how our past is so easily disregarded with the narrative that is driven by Sky, BT and the Prem, you know, ‘the greatest in our history’ etc.
Aubameyang is brilliant, but he’s the best of the modern era.
Now go out and smash City…