Arsenal are currently in the lower half of the Premier League table due to only having won three of their first six games and the lack of goals has been one of their main problems at the start of this campaign. Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has responded to those criticising Arsenal and him due to lack of goals in the league.
Arsenal’s main forward and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has only scored just one goal in the Premier League this season and this came in their 3-0 win over Fulham who have turned out to be a very struggling side. The Gabon international has received criticism for not finding the back of the net in their last few matches as he was single-handedly scoring most of their goals throughout last season.
Arsenal as a team have also been very poor in terms of finding the back of the net as they have so far only scored eight goals in their first six league matches hence many criticizing them but their captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has come to the defence of his team, saying that this is something that happens to most clubs and that they will soon turn this around.
“We are not finding scoring goals easy at the moment. This happens in teams, I haven’t scored for a few games in the league, either.” said Aubameyang as quoted by The Mirror.
“But we’re an experienced team, with experienced attacking players and we know we will turn this around. I’m not worried about that.”
Arsenal will face Manchester United this weekend and the fans will hope that their team can start scoring more goals in the Premier League starting with a big win over The Red Devils as they would not only get three points but also get a lot of confidence ahead of their next games.
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