Published: Mon, May 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Piers Morgan sends message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after Arsenal win

Piers Morgan sends message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after Arsenal win

"They have been calm all year, 12 points from 19 games is not what anyone wants, but I don't remember too much negativity". His footwork was immaculate - and one wonders whether that will have given Emery any pause for thought about his choice for the Europa League final.

'We are going to play with the idea of imposing our gameplan, our capacity and our team against them. The goalkeeper went through the back of the Burnley man, but Dean didn't see it and booked him for his reaction.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is tasked with leading the line for Arsenal, while regular strike partner Alexandre Lacazette finds himself on the bench. Emery has also changed the formation of the side, reverting to a back four. This was a typical Elneny display: solid but unspectacular.

Aubameyang and Arsenal's attention now turns to a Europa League final with Chelsea in Baku, Azerbaijan on Wednesday, May 25.

MF Joe Willock, 7 - On his first Premier League start, Willock produced an assured display.

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"We've got a daily basis of protecting what we do, and the players know how to take games on".

MF Alex Iwobi, 8 - After a quiet first half, Iwobi really grew into the game and became a constant threat down Arsenal's left flank.

"First half we were excellent, actually, probably as good a performance as we've had this season, for that half, created chances, looked solid, found that mixed play I talk about, played when we needed to, put the ball forward and asked questions of them". Arsenal lead through Aubameyang.

"I was near (to a hat-trick) but sometimes that can happen".

Instead it was visiting substitute Eddie Nketiah who enjoyed the final word, scoring Arsenal's third deep in stoppage time.

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