Video: Aubameyang – all 22 Premier League goals 2018-19

Video of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goals in the 2018-19 season

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s two goals in our 3-1 win over Burnley yesterday brought his total for the season to 22, meaning he shared the Golden Boot with Liverpool’s Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.

Here’s a lovely compilation of those goals from YouTuber EmanDaGoon.

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Vescucci
Vescucci

I bet I can catch his penalties

Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts

You can’t even put a nice egg picture up mate! 🙂

Merlin’s Panini
Merlin’s Panini

Well done Auba.

In other news Danny Drinkwater has been banned for drink driving… the clue is in your name, Danny.

Anonymarse
Anonymarse

Perhaps he should change it to drink something else

Anonymarse
Anonymarse

It’s nice to have a top striker again. 2 in fact.

4.30 Ozil at his best

Anonymarse
Anonymarse

Sometimes I think the real question is what’s wrong with him at the moment

Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts

4.30 yes and some said he bottled the shot!! We need him back to his best.

Pablo pomreas
Pablo pomreas

Makes you realise how much we missed Bellerin. He was involved in a lot of them early season goals.

Gordy
Gordy

That’s what I thought, also how much Ozil has missed Bellerin.

Benriz
Benriz

Yeah me too, I also noticed that Ozil had a hand in build up a lot more, often assisting the assist as it were. What happened!?

A Different George
A Different George

It looked like many of the early-season goals were created (not necessarily “assisted”) by Ozil and/or Bellerin. The later goals seemed generally to depend on Aubameyang creating it for himself or from teamwork with Lacazette. The more you watch this, the more you wonder why Ozil did not play more.

And it renews my suspicion that he was frozen out of the team to try to force him to look for a transfer–and that that decision came from the top and was a financial calculation, not a sporting one.

Josheha
Josheha

Great to have a golden boot winner at the club again. He’s a real gem and I really hope he leads us to El glory and wins the boot out right next season.

caldie
caldie

What was apparent from that video, besides Auba’s goalscoring acumen, is how important a good Ozil is to this team. When Ozil is on, his vision unlocks our potential but when he’s off…meh. Unfortunately he’s off way too many matches for a player of his quality and wage packet.

Santori
Santori

He is instrumental for us behind the front two if we are playing that.

His off ball graft has improved but he can still do better bc sometimes he does not make enough runs.

And of course he’s the glass half empty type.

BUT it will be foolish to get rid of him.

Mhkitaryan is the other ‘playmaker type’ on the wane. He isn’t the Rwinger we needed last Jan but with Ramsey gone, he can carry some capacity orchestrating from the middle in lieu of Ozil. His passing can be sharp (as in 3rd goal for Auba against Valencia)

Smith Rowe is the up and coming that needs some feature in similar attacking role and most likely to succeed Ramsey.

Shank

I’m looking at Man U Shited……. there is not one defensive player ( apart from Dalot and that’s a maybe cause I don’t really know) that they can rely on.
In midfield , it’s bolloxed as well….. Pogba gone, Matic gone ( Mc tominay id keep in the hopes he progresses)…. Herrera gone , mata gone…..up front ….. jeez ….. rashford and Lingard maybe….. the rest , gone.
And the manager…… please!!??
We are nowhere near that disarray…… there are big issues for sure….. ageing defense …… Mustafi ……Ozil ….. xhaka , but that’s not massive shit…… and we have a manager…… let’s support him….. how long has Klopp been at Liverpool….. Pep?
Oh and Aubu…. I’m lovin him and his buddy

Scwibble
Scwibble

But we’re further away from the standard of Liverpool than we are of United so why do you care about them. It shouldn’t give you comfort.

Anonymarse
Anonymarse

I don’t know signing van dijk boosted their points by about 30

Santori
Santori

We don’t have to sign a super expensive Cback everyone wants.

BUT there are very decent less glamorous and cheaper options we can add to backline.

Assuming Sokratis and Holding, we add the new Cback to a back 3 plus keep Mustafi (or Chambers maybe) as back up 4th choice to rotate.

Koscielny I think we should let go. He has been an outstanding servant but durability issues will mean less availability. Plus we have another 33 yr old in Monreal to cover at Cback and Lback (for one more season at least till we find solution for alternate to Kolasinac)

Merlin's Panini
Merlin's Panini

Yeah that’s true. Look at Liverpool’s midfield. Henderson, Milner, Keita, Wijnaldum, Fabinho, Lallana, Ox… hard working but not really that inspiring is it.
Their forwards, their wing backs, Van Dijk and Klopp are what make them.
With that midfield they have done amazingly.
City, overall, have a far better squad. Their midfield is ridiculous.

Arsenala Vista Baby
Arsenala Vista Baby

Van Dijk was a ‘nonchalant’ last time we scouted him

Santori
Santori

We have bigger issues beyond Ozil, Granit or Mustafi.

Lack of quality depth – Jenkinson (Unai doesn’t even play him ahead of Mustafi at Rback…telling). Elneny.

You want to get rid of the players you listed? Try getting rid of these two first.

Then we are losing Cech, Ramsey, Welbeck, (Thankfully) Lichsteiner. That is added need for reinforcements.

Trying to get rid of Ozil, Mustafi, Granit simply adds more holes to plug.

Some delusional people of course want to promote half baked players like Mavropanos, Willock to fill gaps with imaginary qualities on unproven record. That would be firmly a disaster. These players need to develop in addition to ready made players or need to go on Strong loan.

Plus we may also (should ) lose Koscielny bc of durability issues that will only get worse.

Add to that outstanding need for Rwinger (even if Nelson comes back in), and you have a whole slew of positions to fill.

Getting rid of Ozil, Granit and Mustafi will only add further issues and more holes in the squad next season. Remember, we are the Arsenal not City. We won’t spend as much as you think (Particularly if we do not make CL)

Added to that of course, Mustafi, Granit and Ozil have been better than many suggest.

Ozil’s off ball work has improved and he creates chances for our front two like no other. His salary will be prohibitive to most teams in making a bid for him. Considering your own perception of him, who would pay for him? They don’t even pay for useless Jenkinson.

Granit is critical to the team. There is a reason why he starts ahead of Torreira.
His long passing range is instrumental to our transition. Last game was illustrative of how much we miss him with Mhkitaryan’s set piece delivery frankly rubbish. Why not get rid of Mhkitaryan instead?

Mustafi was not present for melt down at Wolves. That would have been central pairing everyone seemed to like in Koscielny-Sokratis. Subsequent game against Leicester, he was solid with several critical clearances. Yesterday he had a good game again with a great block.

If you think Mustafi cost us points so did Torreira. Over a spell either side of Xmas against Soton, BHA West Ham and United, he lost of was robbed off the ball 6 or 7 times, 4 of which directly led to goals against (imagine Granit) That cost us 11 pts BTW.

Mustafi should not be first choice at Cback (Sokratis, Holding and a new CB preferably) but he is a strong component to keep for depth and far more complete a defender than the half baked and often touted (to no reason) Mavropanos. The only reason we would sell him is maybe if Chambers showed deliverable and assuming he will stay as a third fourth choice (Plus if there is actually someone who will pay for Mustafi)

Otherwise it is better to keep all 3 both for capability and depth.

Santori
Santori

We are not United. Not even Liverpool or Spurs.

We won’t spend particularly if not in CL.

We don’t even have a technnical director appointed.

Reality.

Crash Fistfight
Crash Fistfight

Your argument contradicts itself. You say we haven’t got money to spend, yet you don’t want to sell players that would bring in decent money and/or reduce our wage bill to allow us to sign the players we need.

Also, your stance on Koscielny is baffling. He has shown that he can play (even if as a squad player) despite his recent injury and would bring in a paltry transfer fee. Isn’t it better to keep him as long as possible to avoid having to spend more money?

Shank

Good question Squibble………
I suppose I’m just saying it will take time, and I’m prepared to support this manager.
To go down the destabilize route of Utd, would be catastrophic.

Santori
Santori

He’s done decent, could have done better had we squeezed into CL (last 4 league matches before Burnley all missed opportunities)

If he brings in the Europa, he’s done well first season.

But we need to push upwards quickly. We don’t have the time to spare. The club’s brand is at stake and we have flattered to deceive far too much plus seem to now be slipping away from Spurs.

We need serious quality additions at Cback, CM, Rwing.

Cback doesn’t have to be expensive just a no nonsense good player. BUT CM and Rwing we need players with exceptional technical abilities IMO. We lack that in the squad (particularly if you see how City dismantle BHA)

A young striker and potentially keeper back up is secondary concern.

Scwibble
Scwibble

I hear that, we’ve gone onto a new era with the same level of expectation as before and we’ve done well considering.
It’s a rebuilding process so we should close our eyes and get behind him as you say.

Santori
Santori

The one opportunity I wish he put in against BHA…it would have been an added 2 points and put us at 72 ahead of Spurs firmly in CL.

Plus he would have been clear cut Golden Boot winner.

Insane to think how close we were.

So many opportunities spurned…Palace, Wolves, Leicester and BHA.

Had we taken one win plus BHA (draw), we would be on 73 points above Chelsea and in third.

Instead we collapsed.

Some would contrive to blame Mustafi but aside from the Palace melt down, he was solid in other matches plus did not feature in our capitulation at Wolves (That was the much touted duo of Sokratis and Koscielny some have strangely gone quiet on)

Rather the inconvenient truth is our issues go beyond just Mustafi this season.

We went to back 4 inexplicably at Palace second half and Mustafi’s game went. BUT it persisted in subsequent games without him and we struggled.

Plus this wasn’t the only poor patch by any means. Either side of Xmas we dropped points to BHA, Soton, West Ham and United.

In 3 of those match if we were to apply similar lens used on Mustafi, the ever popular Torreira gave away or was fleeced off the ball 6 or 7 times in critical areas in midfield (imagine if this was Granit), 4 of which led directly to goals against and it cost us 11 points.

Perspective.

And as much as Auba (and Laca) have been good this season,they can also improve.

Auba needs to improve his hold up play and challenges for high balls. He got better last couple of matches showing for ‘service’ by being proactive and moving toward the ball (as his second goal against Valencia) but lots of work to do still.

Which is a positive bc if he has capacity to improve, as does Lacazette, its potentially ominous for our opponents.

mashkeyboardgetusername
mashkeyboardgetusername

I’d forgotten that he scored a penalty against Lloris in the home game. Unfortunately, it seems the spud bastard learned from it.

Gunnergetback
Gunnergetback

Interesting how involved Ozil is early on in the season with pre asists and pre pre assists….