Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager admits to being concerned about the harsh form of Pierre-Emerick-Aubameyang The star captain.
The 32-year-old striker, hasn’t scored in five Premier League games in a row, his chances are small but it’s all been shot. Especially the shot that went out of focus in the game against Newcastle United.
Cut to the shots of youngsters such as Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah and Folarin Balokan, who are still struggling to get on the pitch. Causing former striker Kevin Campbell to come out and say Aubameyang should be dropped.
Asked if he was concerned about Aubameyang’s lack of goals, Arteta said: “You always are when your main striker isn’t scoring goals, but he is trying his hardest.
“He is aware of how much we need him as a team to score goals and, at the moment, they are not coming, but the rest of the things we are asking him to do, he is trying his best.”
Arteta spoke about this. “You’re already worried when your main striker can’t score. But he is trying
his best. ” “He knows how much goals we as a team need at the moment. It hasn’t come yet but other things we want him to do. He tried his best.”
Arsenal dropped to seventh in the Premier League table. Tonight (Monday) if they win against Everton, they will return to 5th place.